4 December 2020 | The Loveland Reporter-Herald published a story announcing  a COVID-free first semester at Adventist owned, Campion Academy near Loveland, Colorado.

The school says not one student or staff member contracted COVID-19 during the first semester at the Adventist boarding school where most students live in dorms.

The school has 140 students and 40 staff members.

“I am am so proud of our staff, students and families,” said Principal Donavan Reeder in a press release. “It has been difficult to navigate all of the restrictions. I am amazed at the creativity of our teachers in delivering education with these challenges. Students and families have been understanding and cooperative.”

The school started its academic year early, on August 9, so that the semester could end before Thanksgiving to prevent the spread of COVID-19 from returning students.

The school required the use of masks indoors, used online options and asked anyone who did not feel well to join classes virtually.

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