New school cases in Hopkinton, Concord and Franklin

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Published: 12/7/2020 5:24:38 PM

Hopkinton Middle High School is suspending its general in-person program after another person associated with the school tested positive. It is the eighth positive case at the school in a week, Superintendent Steve Chamberlin announced Monday.

Both Harold Martin School and Maple Street School in Hopkinton will be operating remotely until Dec. 11 after two new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed at Harold Martin School, Chamberlin said.

Concord cases

Three students and two staff members have tested positive for the disease, according to interim Superintendent Kathleen Murphy.

One staff member is from Mill Brook School and was last in the building on Nov. 24; the other works at Concord High and was last in the building on Nov. 30. 

The student cases included a first-grader at Mill Brook, who was last in the school on Dec. 3 and a second-grader who was last in school on Nov. 20. The third case was a third-grader at Broken Ground School who was last in the building on Dec. 3. 

Franklin cases

Two students at Franklin High School and a staff member at Franklin Middle Schools tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday, Superintendent Dan LeGallo announced. One of the students is fully remote. The other student is a hybrid student who has not been in school since before Thanksgiving, so contact tracing was minimal, LeGallo said.

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