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Twenty Schools Serving Coral Springs Had New Covid-19 Cases Reported Between April 11-17

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Twenty schools serving Coral Springs had 57 new cases of Covid-19 reported among students, teachers, and other staff between April 11-17, according to the Florida Department of Health.
That included five teachers.
Here are the schools, according to the data:
– Coral Glades High School: two students and a teacher (43 since Sept. 6)
– Coral Spring Charter School: two students (61 total since Sept. 6)
– Coral Springs High School: two students and a teacher (63 total since Sept. 6)
– Coral Springs Middle School: a student (33 total since Sept. 6)
– Coral Springs PK-8: a student (24 total since Sept. 6)
– Country Hills Elementary School: three students (32 total since Sept. 6)
– Forest Hills Elementary School: three students (35 total since Sept. 6)
– Imagine Schools At Broward: seven students (27 total since Sept. 6)
– J.P. Taravella High School: three students (46 total since Sept. 6)
– Maplewood Elementary School: two students and a staff member (31 total since Sept. 6)
– Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School: four students (65 total since Sept. 6)
– Park Springs Elementary School: three students, a teacher, and a staff member (42 total since Sept. 6)
– Parkridge Christian Academy: two teachers (24 total since Sept. 6)
– Parkside Elementary School: three students (32 total since Sept. 6)
– Ramblewood Elementary School: two students (22 total since Sept. 6)
– Ramblewood Middle School: three students (32 total since Sept. 6)
– Renaissance Charter School of Coral Springs: three students (54 total since Sept. 6)
– Riverside Elementary School: a student (35 total since Sept. 6)
– Sawgrass Springs Middle School: a student (25 total since Sept. 6)
– Westchester Elementary School: four students (51 total since Sept. 6)

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