Students, staff test positive for disease

Published: 12/17/2020 10:07:51 AM
Modified: 12/17/2020 10:07:41 AM

Students and staff in schools around Concord have tested positive for COVID-19, officials announced.

A student in the Concord Regional Technical Center who was in class on Monday has tested positive, interim Superintendent Kathleen Murphy announced Wednesday. A remote student in grade 11 at Concord  High who attended an in-person activity on Dec. 8 has also tested positive. 

A staff member at Mill Brook School in Concord, who was in the building last on Dec. 10, has tested positive for COVID-19, Murphy said. A Mill Brook bus driver who last drove on Dec. 7 also tested positive.

In Franklin, one student at Franklin High School who has not been in the building since Thanksgiving has tested positive for COVID-19. A staff member at Paul Smith School who has been out of school since Dec. 10 has also tested positive, Superintendent Dan LeGallo announced Wednesday.

At Merrimack Valley High School, one student tested positive for the disease, Superintendent Mark MacLean announced Tuesday. The student was already in quarantine.

At Webster Elementary School, one student tested positive, and several others are in quarantine.

At Penacook Elementary School, one student tested positive for COVID-19, and several adults are in quarantine.

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