CORNING, Calif. - Corning Union High School District is moving forward with its planned return to in-person classes despite a confirmed case of the coronavirus in a student.
The District superintendent says a student at Corning Union High School has tested positive for the virus. The superintendent says the student attended an outdoor football practice at the school.
Tehama County Health requested that students and teachers at the practice get tested and that those students remain at home.
At this time, the superintendent says there will be no change to the school schedule, which reopened Thursday morning.
Action News Now spoke with the student who tested positive for the virus, he told Action News Now he got tested last Friday because he felt sick.
The student says he is doing fine now and is isolating himself at home.