Cameron Middle School Has First COVID-19 Positive Case

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FRAMINGHAM – Framingham Public Schools announced yesterday, January 7, 2021, that Cameron Middle School has its first COVID-19 positive case.

This is the second case in the district in 2021. The case means someone who is at the school has tested positive for the virus.

Although students have not been in the school for about a month, some teachers and staff have been at the school.

This is the 38th cases in the public school district.

Every school in the district now has had a case.

McCarthy Elementary School had its first case of COVID announced on January 4. It was the first COVID case in the school district in 2021.

Framingham High has had the most coronavirus cases in the district with 9. Fuller Middle is second with 6 cases.

There were 20 COVID cases in December in the schools.

Framingham Public Schools went fully remote on Monday, December 7.

“FPS schools are cleaned daily in accordance with our COVID-19 protocol and CDC guidelines. In instances where a school community is engaged in in-person learning and an individual tests positive for COVID-19, deep cleaning is implemented. We will continue to be vigilant in adhering to all of the protocols that have been put in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19,” said the District.

Framingham Public Schools had about 500–550 students in the classroom through Friday, December 4.

There are about 9,000 students in the district.

Students and staff are expected to return to the classrooms again at the end of this month.

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