Positive COVID Case Tied to King Elementary School

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FRAMINGHAM – A positive COVID case is now associated with King Elementary School.

“An individual who was present at the King Building has tested positive for COVID 19,” according to the Framingham Public Schools.

“We have investigated the situation thoroughly and detrmines that were no close contacts,” said the district to staff & families today, November 16.

Framingham Public Schools said it cleans its schools daily according to the CDC guidelines, but in the wake of the positive case, the public school district is doing a deeper clean of the areas frequented by the community member that tested positive.

Communication was sent to King Elementary and Explorer families today.

Yesterday, the public school district announced a positive case at Stapleton Elementary.

Last Sunday, it was made known that a BLOCKS member tested positive for the coronavirus.

Last month, a Framingham High staffer tested positive for COVID-19.

Framingham Public School returned a couple hundred students in October with the highest needs to their physical classrooms.

Most of the district’s 9,000+ students are attended school virtually.

On November 5, roughly another 300 students returned to the classroom, including more students at BLOCKS preschool.

The Superintendent of Schools announced last week, that about 2,000 high needs students would return to the classrooms in December.

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