Keefe Tech Announces Positive Covid Case; Hopeful For Hybrid Re-Opening In 2021

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FRAMINGHAM – “A member of our school community who has been in our building has tested positive for COVID-19,” announced Keefe Technical Superintendent of Schools Jonathan Evans.

“While, to date, we have been made aware of 13 COVID-19 cases, this is the first instance when the individual has been in the building,” said Evans in a correspondence to families.

“We are working with our local Board of Health to assist with contact tracing and to ensure that all appropriate steps are being taken for the safety of our school community.  We will also be performing additional deep cleaning in the necessary areas,”wrote Evans.

“We have been considering options for our re-opening plan. Included in our consideration is the increasing number of cases in our area. We will continue to evaluate this information, and will continue communication with our local Board of Health to chart a path forward.  We are hoping to provide you with an update in the near future about our plans to re-open in a hybrid model after the new year. Until then, please know that we appreciate your patience as we consider the safety of our school community in all of the decisions we make,” wrote Evans.

Graphic by Sasha Tsizer of Walsh Middle School

SOURCE invited arts students at Framingham Public Schools and Keefe Technical to submit graphics for COVID. Above is a graphic by Sasha Tsizer from Walsh Middle School


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