Plumas Unified School District reported 81 cases last week, and began this week by reporting 66 cases — including 18 at Quincy High School and 16 at the Taylorsville campus of Greenville Elementary School.
On Monday evening, Quincy High parents were told that due to the number of absences among staff and students, some classes might be combined. And at the Taylorsville campus, all students will be on independent study for the rest of the week.
Superintendent Terry Oestreich released today’s numbers associated with the following schools:
- Chester Elementary School – 6 cases
- Chester High School – 5 cases
- Greenville Elementary, Taylorsville campus – 16 cases
- Quincy Elementary school Pioneer campus – 1 case
- Quincy Elementary School Alder campus – 7 cases
- Quincy JS High School – 18 cases
- C. Roy Carmichael Elementary in Portola – 5 cases
- Portola JS High School – 8 cases
The Plumas County Public Health Agency is conducting the contact tracing and investigation in conjunction with district nursing staff. Impacted staff will be contacted by Public Health or by PUSD.