Three employees test positive; seventh and eighth graders sent home; building cleaned and students returned Monday
Three employees at Flomaton High School tested positive for COVID-19 last week, resulting in the old middle school wing of the high school to be closed and seventh and eighth grade students sent home. Those students were back in class Monday morning.
Escambia County School Superintendent John Knott said last Thursday the seventh and eighth grade students were sent to the auditorium and spaced out. Parents were called to pick them up and those students were told not to return until Monday.
Knott said a professional cleaning crew was brought into the old middle school wing to completely clean...