2 SSMS teachers reported diagnosed with COVID


10 total COVID cases reported in SSISD


Sulphur Springs Independent School District reported Monday morning that two teachers at Sulphur Springs Middle School have been diagnosed with coronavirus, according to a statement.

This brings the number of cases of COVID-19 at SSISD to four adults and six students for a total of 10 cases.

Another student at Sulphur Springs High School has tested positive for COVID-19. According to a statement Saturday from Sulphur Springs Independent School District, that student was on campus during the first week of the 2020-2021 school year.

A bus driver was confirmed to have COVID-19, a statement from the school district read Wednesday. The driver was on a bus the week of Sept. 1.

A Sulphur Springs High School student was announced Thursday morning to test positive for COVID-19. Also announced Thursday morning were a student at Travis Primary and a teacher at Sulphur Springs Elementary School. All were in attendance at their respective schools within the last week.

These cases are in addition to SSISD’s notification Friday that two students at Bowie Primary were confirmed with COVID-19 and one student at Sulphur Springs High School. Students were on their respective campuses Sept. 1-4.

Due to privacy requirements, SSISD will not be releasing the names of the individuals or details that may identify students, the district stated in multiple releases.