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COVID-19 absences force Oak Hills High School to go remote temporarily

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In a letter sent home to parents, Principal Travis Hunt said a high number of student quarantines and a shortage of substitute teachers is behind the move which will begin Nov. 12.

Hunt said the number of positive cases among students and staff remains low. He also said they are mostly the result of community spread.

Hunt said the goal is for students to be back at Oak Hills High School for in-person learning on Nov. 30.

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