NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Two New Mexico schools are closing due to COVID-19. Goddard High School in Roswell will be closed until August 23 after reporting its fourth rapid response. All students will be picking up Chromebooks on Monday to do remote learning.
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They will be at home for nine days. During this time, custodians will deep clean the school. All extracurricular activities including games will be canceled until the school re-opens. Meanwhile, Carlsbad High School is closing and going remote for ten days after three positive tests beginning Monday as a precaution.