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Four positive COVID-19 cases confirmed at DMUSD, officials providing positive case data on website

By iwano@_84

SAN DIEGO, CA (KGTV) – Four students have tested positive for COVID-19 in the Del Mar Union School District (DMUSD).

The district has since launched a dashboard on its website to inform the school community about any active cases at each school.

“We’re just being very transparent and keeping families informed,” said Jenni Huh, the Director of Student Services for DMUSD.

Two students tested positive for COVID-19 at Sage Canyon School, one student tested positive at Sycamore Ridge School, and another student tested positive at Torrey Hills School.

“We received the results directly from the families, and we were able to respond very quickly,” said Huh. “I’m very happy to say that they are doing very well, and we have not had any other cases.”

Huh said all students and staff who came in contacted with those who tested positive are quarantined for 14 days.

“If we learned of a

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Delhi govt to challenge HC order on providing free gadgets and internet; will seek clarity on funding from Centre – cities

By iwano@_84

New Delhi: Less than a week after the Delhi high court directed private unaided schools in the national capital to provide gadgets and internet connections to poor students for online classes and claim reimbursement from the Delhi government in accordance with the Right to Education (RTE) Act, 2009, the government is likely to challenge the order in the Supreme Court.

Officials in the Delhi government’s education department confirmed to HT that they have decided to file an appeal before the Supreme Court, challenging the HC’s division bench’s September 18 order on the grounds that it has not laid down clear reimbursement guidelines for the Centre.

“While the Delhi high court has asked the schools to claim reimbursement from the state government within eight weeks of the supply of gadgets or internet, there are clear directions on how and when the Centre will reimburse the state. The Delhi government will request

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