SAN FRANCISCO—Three San Francisco schools cancelled classes due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
On Monday, March 9 classes at Archbishop Riordan High, Lowell High and ICA Cristo Rey High were closed.
Last week, Lowell High was closed after it was confirmed that a parent of a student tested positive for the Coronavirus. According to a statement from the San Francisco Unified School District, Lowell High was closed on Tuesday as well.
“If you would like to keep your children home for health reasons, any absences over the next 2 weeks will be excused. Please follow regular procedures for letting your school know of your child’s absence and make plans to support their safety and continued learning,” said the SFUSD in a statement.
All “non-essential” events throughout the school district will be cancelled until March 22. Such events include practices, rallies and meetings.