In-person classes will be back Tuesday at Medina H.S.
MEDINA – Medina High School will resume in-person classes on Tuesday. The school was remote-only today after the school district was notified on Sunday that a high school student tested positive for Covid-19.
The student was last on campus on Nov. 2. The Orleans County Health Department has worked with the district to identify any close contacts of the student.
If the Health Department feels a child is at increased risk, the child’s family will be contacted directly. Mark Kruzynski, the district superintendent, asks parents to contact the school nurse at (585) 798-3843 if a child is placed on quarantine. If that happens, the district will work to ensure virtual learning is arranged for the child.
The district remains committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all students and staff, Kruzynski said.
“Our buildings will continue to be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected each and every day,” Kruzynski said in a letter to the community. “Our busses will continue to be cleaned and disinfected after every bus run. Our cleaning regimen, social distancing, barriers and mask requirements are working in helping to fight the spread of the coronavirus on our campus.”