Logan County Schools Superintendent Patricia Lucas released information concerning the number of county employees in quarantine.
According to Lucas, as of Friday, a total of 32 employees are in quarantine due to potential exposure or testing positive for COVID-19.
Eleven of the employees are not classroom teachers. A total of 21 teachers are in quarantine.
There were employees that entered quarantine before students returned to the classroom last Monday. Four teachers are set to return to school Monday, October 5.
Logan County Schools reported seven employees have tested positive for COVID-19.
The school system previously reported two positive cases at Logan High School; one positive case at Logan Middle School; one positive case at Holden Elementary; one positive case at Buffalo Elementary; one positive case in electrical maintenance; and one positive case at the Central Office in West Logan.
One student has tested positive at Chapmanville Regional High School.
There are approximately 780 employees in the Logan County School system, according to the West Virginia Department of Education.