TULLY, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — The Tully Central School District announced on Wednesday that one student has tested positive for COVID-19.
One student at Tully Junior-Senior High School tested positive and the school district immediately contacted the Onondaga County Health Department.
The health department has reached out to anyone that this student came in contact with. If you or anyone in your family has not been contacted, then you were not in close contact with this student.
The district decided that they would keep the school open after discussing it with the health department.
The statement said, in part:
“The student who tested positive, and any other students/faculty/staff who were exposed, will not return to school until the Onondaga County Health Department provides clearance for them to do so.”
Read the full statement from the district below:
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