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Auburn Schools close down due to illness
01/13/2022

(KLZA)-- The Auburn Public Schools are closed through Sunday. 

The temporary shut down is due to district protocols which closes the school when more than 11 percent of the students are out ill and because of a high rate of absenteeism among staff. 

The school buildings are undergoing cleaning while they are closed. 

Students will be required to wear masks at the Middle School and High School when they return to class on Monday, January 17. Masks are also recommended for those attending the elementary school. 

School activities scheduled off the Auburn School grounds for the rest of this week will be allowed.  Participants will be required to wear a face mask, except during the competition.


 

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