GREAT FALLS — Vaughn School will continue remote learning for the next two weeks with a tentative return to in-person learning on Monday, November 16.
Superintendent Jan Cahill did not provide a number of active cases in the school district in a phone conversation with MTN News on Sunday. The school initially moved to remote learning on October 13 after one person tested positive for COVID-19. The school was set to return to in-person learning on October 27.
All extracurricular and school-related activities are canceled until further notice.
As of Wednesday, the number of cases at Vaughn School was not listed on the Montana Department of Public Health & Human Service's weekly report of school-related coronavirus cases.
Vaughn School has more than 150 kids grades pre-kindergarten through eighth. The staff includes one administrator, 14 teachers, and 10 support staff.
Visit the school's website for more information. We will update you if we learn more.
In related news, Whittier Elementary School in Great Falls will be closed for one week due to an increase in the number of quarantined and isolated staff and students. Click here for details.