COVID-19 cases reported at Catherine Kolnaski, Charles Barnum and Fitch
Groton — Members of Catherine Kolnaski Magnet School, Charles Barnum Elementary School, and Fitch High School tested positive for COVID-19, schools officials learned Wednesday.
“We have collaborated with Ledge Light Health District to determine and have notified all close contacts within the schools,” Superintendent Susan Austin said in a notification to parents, guardians and staff. “The affected individuals have been instructed to isolate at home following public health guidelines.”
School officials are monitoring the situation with the health district.
The school district is operating with fully remote learning this week.
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