Students at Winifred Pifer Elementary School in Paso Robles are back to in-person learning after the school was shut down due to COVID-19.
This was the first closure due to COVID-19 at Winifred Pifer since the school reopened in mid-November.
Last week, crews began disinfecting classrooms.
The school has not specified whether the exposure or positive COVID-19 cases were among staff or students but did say they “became aware of a cluster of persons who had been exposed.”
There are 437 total students enrolled at Winifred Pifer Elementary School with 344 of them currently attending in-person classes.