Conflicting COVID emails in Utah's Davis District create confusion, anger for parents

Conflicting COVID emails in Utah's Davis District create confusion, anger for parents

Estimated read time: 4-5 minutes WOODS CROSS — Identical letters sent to parents of students at Woods Cross and Layton high schools said students who tested positive for COVID-19 would be allowed to return to school as normal on Friday. The letter, signed by the principals, also said any students who had refused to get tested for the coronavirus as part of the state's Test to Stay program could also return to in-person classes. Then later Thursday night, parents received another email from Davis School District Superintendent Reid Newey, walking back on the guidelines laid out in the previous letters, saying that students who tested positive or declined to test should instead remain in isolation for five days. The mixed messages have created anger and confusion for some parents in …
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