Stockbridge Schools report positive case

Stockbridge School District officials announced Wednesday night, Sept. 23 that an individual at Stockbridge School has tested positive for COVID-19.

“We are actively working with the Calumet County Health Department to quickly identify, notify, and quarantine any students or staff who may have come into close contact with this individual,” Superintendent Chad Marx and Building Principal Curt Meshak said in a joint emailed statement to parents and students.

The statement added, “Anyone who was in close contact will receive a phone call and follow-up letter with further instructions about the quarantine. If you have not received a phone call from the school, we have determined your child is not a close contact and may remain at school.

“Calumet County Health Department may also do some further investigation. If they determine the need for quarantine of further students or staff, they will contact you directly.

“Please continue to monitor your child for any symptoms of COVID-19. If illness symptoms are noted, please keep your child home from school and contact your healthcare provider for further recommendations.”

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