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Positive Case Procedures

Even when all best practices in virus mitigation efforts are followed, an amount of risk will always be present for those participating in On Campus Learning during an active pandemic. Our positive case response procedures have been determined with input from the local health department and will be consistently implemented throughout area public school districts.

The following charts note the communication process that is put in place as soon as MTSD is notified that a student on campus has tested, or will likely test, positive for COVID-19, as well as the remote learning requirements that are necessary in different exposure scenarios.

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FAQ: When a Positive Case of COVID-19 is Identified in MTSD

Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 In Our Schools

This helpful short video (run-time, 2:43) from the North Shore Health Department explains the importance of a remote learning requirement for students who have been exposed to or test positive for COVID-19.