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District Health Report - 3/25/2022

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Good Afternoon Secaucus Families,

 

I hope everyone is doing well. I am happy to report that our district COVID-19 cases have remained relatively low this week. 

The number of positive cases in our district is as follows:


  • High School:  1 student
  • Middle School:  0
  • Huber Street School: 1 student 
  • Clarendon School: 2 students
  • Millridge School: 0

 

These 4 cases bring our district total to 379 positive COVID-19 cases for the school year. In two of these cases, no contact tracing was required because the students were home two days before testing positive, putting no staff or students at risk inside our school buildings. As always, we will continue to notify anyone who has been “exposed” to these positive cases and quarantine according to our contact tracing plan. We will also continue to ensure that our buildings are sanitized and disinfected properly, and encourage our students to employ proper handwashing and healthy practices to minimize the spread of all contagious diseases. 

 

The Parent Communication Form is still open and can be accessed here: https://forms.gle/wFy9mQYpd1HdzRuk7. There is also an easy-to-use button on the www.sboe.org home page that you can click. Keep those questions and comments coming! Our next FAQ will be released on April 1st.

 

Thank you and enjoy the weekend!

 

Dr. Daniela Riser

Acting Superintendent

 

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