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Broward County public schools dealing with rising COVID cases

Broward County, Florida – As of Sept. 2, Broward County Public Schools have recorded 916 COVID-19 cases among students and staff. This reflects a 42 percent increase over three days, data show.
According to the school system’s COVID-19 dashboard, Coronavirus infections have been confirmed for at least 637 students and 279 school employees. Broward schools reported 647 total cases.
The new data show self-reported coronavirus cases for school employees, as well as confirmed cases for students attending in-person instruction, since school began Aug. 18.
Among Coral Springs schools, Coral Glades High School has reported 13 COVID-19 cases; J.P. Taravella High School reported four cases; Coral Springs High School reported six cases; Coral Springs Middle School reported two cases; Forest Glen Middle School reported six cases; Ramblewood Middle School reported six cases; Coral Springs Elementary School reported six cases; Parkside Elementary School reported three cases; Riverside Elementary School reported five cases; Westchester Elementary School reported six cases; Ramblewood Elementary School reported nine cases; Country Hills Elementary School reported one case; Coral Park Elementary School reported five cases; Park Springs Elementary School reported eleven cases, and Forest Hills Elementary School reported three cases.
In Parkland, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School reported nine cases; Park Trails Elementary School reported 12 cases; Heron Heights Elementary School reported six cases, and Westglades Middle School reported two cases.
In Tamarac, Millennium 6-12 Collegiate Academy reported 11 cases; Discovery Elementary School reported five cases, and Pinewood Elementary School reported three cases.

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