Members of two Groton schools test positive for COVID-19
Groton — Groton school officials said Monday that they learned over the weekend that a member of Groton Middle School and a member of Mary Morrisson Elementary School tested positive for COVID-19.
"Fortunately, there are no student or staff contacts in the schools due to the district operating in full distance learning mode last week," Groton 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."
She said school officials are monitoring this situation with Ledge Light Health District.
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