Hebron Ave. elementary school class, teacher in Glastonbury quarantined after student tests positive for COVID-19

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GLASTONBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — A student at Hebron Avenue elementary school in Glastonbury has tested positive for COVID-19.

On Monday, school officials sent out a letter to the families of students and staff at Hebron Avenue School to inform them that there has been a positive student case of coronavirus at that elementary school.

RELATED: 39 students in Glastonbury quarantined, two students in the district test positive for COVID-19

That student’s class and teacher have been quarantined for two weeks.

The class will be e-learning with their classroom teacher during this time. The students and teacher will return on October 13.

The school remains open at this time.

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