FRAMINGHAM – Thirteen cases of COVID were reported in the Framingham Public Schools on Monday, November 22.
It is unknown if the cases are students, staff or a combination of both.
Four of the cases were reported at Harmony Grove Elementary School yesterday, where a pediatric vaccine clinic was held over the weekend for the public school district. More than 500 first-dose vaccines were administered on Saturday.
Five cases were reported at Harmony Grove Elementary on November 19.
Two positive cases of coronavirus were reported at King Elementary School yesterday.
One case was reported at each of the following schools: Framingham High, Fuller Middle, Walsh Middle, Stapleton Elementary, Potter Road Elementary, Hemenway Elementary, and Barbieri Elementary.
Earlier this month a kindergarten class at McCarthy Elementary was closed for six days after two COVID positive cases were reported at the school.
Framingham Public Schools has its last full day of classes today before the Thanksgiving break.
There have been 84 cases of COVID in the Framingham Public Schools since Halloween.
There have been 174 COVID cases in the Framingham Public Schools since the school year began.
Framingham High has reported the most cases with 28.
Barbieri Elementary is second with 18 cases, and Hemenway Elementary third with 16 cases.
Cameron Middle has reported 14 cases this school year.
Potter Road Elementary and Harmony Grove Elementary now both have a dozen cases each, although nine of Harmony Grove’s cases have come in the last couple of days.