Vale High School will close for two weeks in wake of Covid outbreak

Vale High School will close down for two weeks in response to a Covid outbreak. (The Enterprise/Rachel Parsons)

 VALE – Vale High School will shut down classes beginning Monday in response to a growing Covid outbreak.

The high school will be shuttered until Feb. 11, according to a press release Friday from Vale School District Superintendent Alisha McBride.

McBride said eight “individuals who have been in the Vale High School building have tested positive for Covid-19 this week.”

"It is critical that students adhere to health and safety protocols both inside and outside of school. It is especially important that students limit their contact outside of school and remain home if they are ill," McBride wrote.

The school district returned to normal operations on Tuesday, Jan. 19, after using limited class . . .