Washington Elementary remains virtual, ADJ returns to in-person learning


October 23, 2020

Charity Smith/Daily Globe

A school bus picks up student enrolled in the Vocational Technical Education (VoTech) program from A.D. Johnston Junior/Senior High School just before 8 a.m. on Thursday. This was the first day back for students at ADJ, who had been off since Oct. 9 after five cases and two probable cases of COVID-19 were diagnosed in members of the school district.


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BESSEMER - Students at A.D. Johnston Junior and Senior High School returned to in-person learning on Thursday for the first time since 11 positive cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in the district. However, students at Washington Elementary School are going to remain virtual through Oct. 30, according to an announcement on the district's Facebook page.

Superintendent Dan Niemi told the Daily Globe that the high school has been thoroughly deep-cleaned and the cause for concern at the junior/senior high school level has been alleviated. The decision t...

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