Killeen ISD Continues Classroom Sanitation Efforts
While the good news currently is that there no reported cases of Coronavirus in Bell County, area school districts remain vigilant even while students are home for spring break.
According to our news partners at News 10, the Killeen ISD announced Thursday that it continues to sanitize its classrooms and campuses while school is out this week.
The district says that they have been cleaning all high-touch areas including desks, keyboards, hand-rails, doorknobs, water fountains, desks, etc. as well as spraying a hospital-grade disinfectant throughout campuses for several weeks now.
We are also in continuous communication with the Bell County Health District, the CDC and officials at Fort Hood to coordinate our efforts. While there have not been any confirmed cases of the Coronavirus in Bell County, we have been taking precautions and will continue to do so as decisions in and around our return to school from Spring Break approaches. - KISD Statement
KISD went on to say that any changes to the regular schedule will be appropriately communicated. We will be sure to keep you updated with the latest information as it becomes available.