2 cases of coronavirus confirmed at Fox Lane middle, high schools

Fox Lane middle and high schools are the latest schools in the Hudson Valley with coronavirus cases climbing.
There are two new cases — one at Fox Lane Middle School and one at Fox Lane High School.
The superintendent sent a letter to parents Tuesday.
According to the statement, the two who tested positive are related, so they're self-isolating together.
The district says they're notifying everyone who was exposed and they are mandated to quarantine for 14 days.
This isn't the first time COVID-19 concerns have swept Bedford schools. Last month, officials confirmed the first case of coronavirus in the district.
A week later, they sent out a different letter telling parents that groups of high school students attended large gatherings without social distancing or masks.
Police say at one of those parties, in Pound Ridge, there was underage drinking. A parent is now facing charges in connection to it.
The schools are still open for hybrid learning. Parents News 12 spoke with say they are happy with how quickly the district's responded.