Student tested positive but was asymptomatic
A student at a daycare in Loganville has tested positive for COVID-19. Don Boss,
“We immediately implemented our response with the guidance of the CDC Augusta Medical Center, the Walton County Health Department
Boss said the working recommendations and guidance they have received from the CDC as well as through the local health department have really helped.
“This included closing the infected area for
Boss said classes are kept separate and teachers and students do not move back and forth between different classrooms. Under the COVID-19 guidelines, daycares have been open to help accommodate the children of essential workers who have had to work even
“We’re all thinking outside the box. It’s such a fluid learning environment at the moment. There’s this thing called digital learning and, in fact, we are talking with the Board of Education at the moment to see if there is a way we can help with parents who may want to homeschool when the students go back to school. Maybe there is a way where we can help out those parents,” Boss said. “We’re here for the kids and it is important because sometimes the parent still has to work.”
No details of the specific student are available due to HIPAA laws other than the student did test positive, but was asymptomatic.