NAPERVILLE, Ill.  One of the largest school districts in Illinois has offered a plan to reduce forced quarantines and lost classroom time due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

District 203 in Naperville is examining the ‘Test-to-Stay’ program, an effort that has been implemented in other districts. The plan focuses on those who have had close contact with infected individuals.

As long as they test negative, the students then do not have to quarantine. Implementation of the program still faces significant hurdles in DuPage County.

Superintendent Dan Bridges suggested the plan at a meeting on Monday while addressing the challenging testing requirements the school must adhere to.

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