MPS: Six Students and Seven Teachers Test Positive for COVID-19

Alabama News Network has confirmed that there have been positive tests for COVID-19 in Montgomery Public Schools.

As of 1 p.m. Friday, a spokesperson says six students and seven teachers have tested positive. MPS is not revealing the schools that are affected.

Students were able to return to in-person classes Tuesday for the first time this school year. They do have the option of continuing the next nine-week grading period virtually.

MPS says about 60% of its estimated 28,000 students are back in class.

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