The school has four confirmed COVID-19 cases. All four are employees.
The school first alerted the community after the principal tested positive.
The school says they’ve directly reached out to parents whose children are taught by the affected educators.
In a letter to parents, the school says the Lake County General Health District is conducting contact tracing.
“We are deeply concerned by this news,” the school said in the letter.
They say they’re extending remote learning for all Hopkins students through Monday, September 21.
The Lake County General Health District will also review the school’s coronavirus protocols.
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