Many Tennessee counties and cities have lifted their mask mandates. As schools reopen, COVID-19 cases still remain. Williamson County Schools have found themselves in the midst of shutting down schools. Page High School is the fourth school to be shut down this school year due to the spread of COVID-19. This was just a day after Independence High School also closed its campus.
There are 12 positive cases at PHS with 330 people in quarantine, according to Cory Mason, Williamson County School Assistant Director of Communications. Emails were later sent for students to participate in remote learning for the rest of the week.
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