By Ross LaBenske
Sulphur Springs ISD Assistant Superintendent Josh Williams over the past three days received information regarding 3 additional COVID-19 cases reported for SSISD campuses.
On Sept. 17, Williams reported a student who was lab-confirmed to have COVID-19 was present at Douglass ECLC during the week of Sept. 7-11.
On Sept. 11, a Sulphur Springs Middle School student was lab-confirmed to have COVID-19. The student was reported to be at SSMS. This marks the first middle school student to be confirmed to have COVID-19 since school started Sept. 1.
On Sept. 14, a Sulphur Springs Middle School student was lab-confirmed to have COVID-19. The student was reported to have been present at SSMS, with 2 students confirmed to have COVID-19 in almost as many days.
On Sept. 13, 2 middle school teachers who were present on campus during the week of Sept. 8-11 were lab-confirmed to have COVID-19.
Two Bowie Primary students — one who was on campus Sept. 1-3 and another who was on campus Sept. 1, 2 and 4 — were reported to have tested positive for COVID-19.
On Sept. 9, a Travis Primary School student and Sulphur Springs Elementary teacher, who were each on their respective campus the week before, tested positive for novel coronavirus 2019.
On Sept. 8, a SSISD bus driver also was reported to have COVID-19. The individual drove a bus Sept. 1-4, according to SSISD reports.
|Austin Academic Center||0||0|
|Barbara Bush Primary||0||0|
|Douglass Early Childhood Learning Center||1||0|
|Sulphur Springs Elementary||0||1|
|Sulphur Springs Middle School||2||2|
|Sulphur Springs High School||3||0|
|Other (bus driver, special services, admin. etc.)||0||1|