In-person classes continue at Southington High School today after brief period of remote learning


SOUTHINGTON, Conn. (WTNH) — Classes for Southington High School are going back to in-person learning after going remote on Wednesday due to a person testing positive for COVID-19.

School officials said the person was in Cohort B and was last in school on Thursday, Sept. 24.

Those in close contact with the person will be notified and asked to self-quarantine for 14 days.

On Sept. 21, Superintendent Timothy Connellan informed parents and students about another positive case. That case closed the school down for two days.

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