Groton school district reports COVID-19 case at Fitch High School
Groton — The school district reported Friday that a member of the Fitch High School community tested positive for COVID-19.
"The affected person has been instructed to isolate at home following public health guidelines," Superintendent Michael Graner said in a notification. "The school district is working with Ledge Light Health District to determine any close contacts with the individual; those persons will be notified as soon as possible."
Graner said the school district is monitoring the situation with the health district.
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