COVID-19 case leads to closure of New London High School for two days
New London — A positive case of COVID-19 has led to closure of the New London High School Multi-Magnet Campus for two days.
Superintendent Cynthia Ritchie, in a notice to the high school community on Wednesday, said high school students would shift to remote learning on Thursday and Friday as a precaution.
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