At a Keller middle school, Positive COVID-19 cases have forced an entire grade level to go back to remote learning.
According to the Keller Independent School District, all 145 fifth grade students and staff at Indian Springs Middle School have been forced to quarantine and learn from home for the next 14 days.
Last week only, Keller ISD started hybrid learning with a mix of face-to-face and remote learning.
There are 12 active coronavirus cases in the district, including three staff members at Indian Springs Middle School.
Further reports from the district state that all fifth-grade students and staff members could increase the volume of close contact due to the exposure to the virus.
The entire school was sanitized over the weekend, and all fifth graders will resume remote learning for atleast two weeks.
Some school districts have COVID-19 dashboards so that parents can check the numbers of cases.