ISAAC in New London reports COVID case, remains open
New London — The Interdistrict School for Arts & Communication (ISAAC), a magnet elementary school in New London, reported Monday that it was notified that an individual associated with the school had tested positive for COVID-19.
It has been concluded by Ledge Light Health District that the individual had no close contacts in the school community, ISAAC Executive Director Nicholas Spera said in a statement. The last time the individual had been at ISAAC was on Oct. 13. No members of the school community were considered close contacts.
ISAAC, which is operating in a hybrid model, was cleared by Ledge Light to remain open.
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