By: KDKA-TV News Staff

SARVER, Pa. (KDKA) – With half its student population in quarantine, Freeport Area High School is going remote.

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Students will learn online for the rest of the week because of high case counts and evidence of “ongoing in-school transmission,” the high school said.

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The high school has 35 active cases among students, and 345 kids are in quarantine, according to the district’s COVID-19 dashboard.

Across the district, there are 83 cases in students and teachers combined, leaving nearly 700 people in quarantine. All other schools are staying open.

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In-season sports and activities like the musical will still be allowed to continue, Freeport Athletics said.