More schools switch to remote learning as students test positive for COVID-19

Positive COVID-19 tests are impacting schools across the Hudson Valley.

News 12 Staff

Nov 2, 2020, 3:47 PM

Updated 1,320 days ago

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Positive COVID-19 tests are impacting schools across the Hudson Valley.
A person at Woodlands Middle High School in Greenburgh has tested positive for coronavirus, and was at the school while infectious, according to a letter from the superintendent. Those who may have been in contact with the person were already contacted. As a result, Woodlands Middle High School will move to fully remote learning until Monday, Nov. 16.
Byram Hills High School is reporting its eighth positive COVID-19 case.  School officials are linking the outbreak to a social gathering among high school students last weekend. 128 students and 20 staff members are now in quarantine. The school in Armonk will continue remote learning until Thursday, Nov. 12.
An update on coronavirus cases at Marist College as several cases have been identified through testing protocols conducted over the weekend. Students residing in Leo and Sheahan halls have been placed in precautionary quarantine. At this point, the college says it can’t provide an exact timeframe for the precautionary quarantine,  however, they are working to expedite testing results.


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