By Ben Warwick

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – After a week of reporting positive COVID-19 cases and symptomatic students and staff, a Colorado Springs elementary school will stop in-person learning Friday. Frontier Elementary has one positive case and several other symptomatic community members.

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More details will come out Sunday by noon regarding how quickly Frontier Elementary will reopen. For Friday, it is closed to in-person learning.

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One student at Frontier Elementary School has a confirmed case of the virus. Several other staff and students were isolated and quarantined earlier this week. On Thursday, a second grade class, including two teachers and a paraprofessional, were told to quarantine.

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Another Colorado Springs school, Aspen Valley High School, will shift to e-learning until further notice. One student in their building as recently as Monday is symptomatic. The school is a non-traditional high school that had started with in-person learning, has shifted to remote learning until further notice. The student in question does not have a lab-confirmed positive case, but is showing symptoms. Other students and staff deemed to have been in close contact are currently in quarantine.

Ben Warwick