Brampton school sends 18 staff members home over COVID-19 scare
Reports indicate 18 staff members have been sent home and three classrooms shut down at a Brampton school because of COVID-19.
The school is Lorenville Public School at 10 Lorenville Dr. in Brampton in the Mississauga Rd./Williams Pkwy. area.
The Peel District School Board has yet to confirm the information, but members of the school community notified inbrampton.com of the circumstances.
It is not known if the staff members are all teachers.
A letter sent home to parents confirmed that Peel Public Health is currently investigating a COVD-19 case at the school and that individuals from three classrooms have directed to self-isolate at home.
The letter goes on to say impacted staff and students have already been contacted and classes will continue for these students remotely for the time being.
The school remains open.
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