Nearly 2 dozen McAuliffe International School teachers, staff out with COVID

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Lessons came about as traditional at McAuliffe Worldwide Faculty in Denver’s Park Hill neighborhood Monday, however they almost did not due to a COVID outbreak. It is a reminder that the pandemic’s affect on training is not over.  

“At first I believed covid was gone however then I received used to it and I used to be like COVID’s most likely in our lives perpetually now,” mentioned McAuliffe sixth grader Blake Slater. 

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Twenty-three McAuliffe lecturers, counselors, and directors have been out sick Monday.  

“Proper now, now we have a confirmed 21 workers members with Covid. We’re nonetheless confirming the opposite two,” mentioned Rachel Childress, Media Relations Supervisor with Denver Public Faculties. 

In keeping with an e mail that went out to folks, not one substitute instructor picked up any of these shifts, resulting in issues that the college may have to shut. 

Denver Public Faculties has been impacted by the staffing and substitute instructor shortages seen nationwide, however McAuliffe managed to remain open Monday thanks to assist from different colleges. 

“We have been in a position to cope, we nonetheless have loads of our assist workers our improbable paraprofessionals and different folks all through DPS,” mentioned Childress. 

DPS couldn’t present numerous college students out sick Monday, however some, like Slater, left noon as a result of sickness. 

“I simply received despatched dwelling,” Slater mentioned, “I’ve a very dangerous headache and stomachache. My math instructor was sick final Friday.” 

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The district says they’ve examined all McAuliffe workers for COVID, elevated preventative measures, and can do a deep clear Monday night time. 

If extra workers turn out to be sick, the college may have to maneuver to distant studying, one thing college students are all too acquainted with. 

“Final yr in fifth grade we had on and off, however in 4th grade, it was all on-line,” mentioned Slater.  

Denver Public Faculties introduced late Monday afternoon that McAuliffe will stay open for in-person courses on Tuesday.  

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