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INDIANAPOLIS — More than 60 fourth-graders at Lew Wallace Elementary School 107 on the city’s west side are being told to quarantine after being exposed to coronavirus.
Indianapolis Public Schools told parents that their children should be quarantined for 14 days after coming into close contact with a staff member who tested positive for COVID-19.
IPS said students will continue their learning activities on IPS-issued devices.
The school corporation reported the confirmed COVID case to the Marion County Public Health Department.
IPS continues to require all students and staff to require masks, regardless of vaccination status.
Ed. Note: IPS originally said the number of students involved was 82 but later updated the number to 61.