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St. Benedict at Auburndale High School going virtual until October 19th due to COVID-19 cases

All students will be excluded from campus and all extra-curricular activities will be suspended, as well.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — UPDATE 10/1/2020 - St. Benedict at Auburndale HIgh School is transitioning to virtual learning until October 19th after some students tested positive for COVID-19.

The following news release was sent to Local 24 News regarding the announcement:

"St. Benedict at Auburndale High School has a slight number of students (less than 1%) test positive for COVID-19.

Out of an abundance of caution, our capability of transitioning to remote learning and with fall break next week,we will hold classes remotely beginning tomorrow Friday, October 2 with return to on-campus classes on Monday, October 19.

All students will be excluded from campus and all extra-curricular activities will be suspended, as well, until this date."

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8/14/2020 -Friday was the first full day back at school for students at St. Benedict at Auburndale.

Throughout the week, the high school in Cordova has been welcoming back students in phases.

SBA released its plan for maintaining the health and safety of students and staff, including required masks, staggered entry and exits, and social distancing in common areas.

More than 100 students out of 555 chose remote learning as their back-to-school option.

We are a Catholic, Co-educational, College preparatory high school with a mission to form the whole student to achieve personal excellence through the maximum spiritual, physical, emotional, social and academic growth.

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