Spring, Klein ISDs see 42 active COVID-19 cases in students, staff

Here is what you need to know today about the coronavirus in Klein and Spring ISDs. (Community Impact staff)
Here is what you need to know today about the coronavirus in Klein and Spring ISDs. (Community Impact staff)

Here is what you need to know today about the coronavirus in Klein and Spring ISDs. (Community Impact staff)

As the coronavirus pandemic continues, Community Impact Newspaper will report on the ongoing active student and staff cases at Spring and Klein ISDs.

As of Oct. 29, Spring ISD has 12 active staff cases and nine active student cases. All these cases were reported in the last seven days, according to the district’s COVID-19 dashboard.



Klein ISD has nine active staff cases and 12 active student cases. No campus has more than three active cases.
By Andy Li


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Northampton Elementary School is led by Principal Lisa Campbell and had an enrollment of 620 students in the 2020-21 school year. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
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Kinsmen Lutheran Church celebrated the 50th anniversary of its first service Oct. 17. (Courtesy Kinsmen Lutheran Church)
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The new H-E-B store is located on Ronald Reagan Boulevard in north Leander. (Taylor Girtman/Community Impact Newspaper)
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In September, Prioritize & Organize opened offering decluttering services to customers in the Greater Houston area. (Courtesy Ashton Wilson)
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A new location for Jersey Mike's Subs will open in Spring on Oct. 20. (Courtesy Jersey Mike's)
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(Graphic by Community Impact Newspaper staff)
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A conceptual rendering shows what a high-speed rail station in Dallas could look like. A final design on the station has not yet been released. (Courtesy Texas Central)
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