MORRISTOWN, NJ - Frelinghuysen Middle School, Normandy Park Elementary School and Woodland Elementary School will move to all-virtual learning for Monday October 26. Normandy Park and Woodland will continue with virtual learning for 14 days after multiple individuals have tested positive for COVID-19.

In an update from district officials, families were notified that the three schools will be closed to in-person instruction beginning Monday, October 26. 

"The District continues to partner with our local health department for guidance and contact tracing", said school officials."We are communicating directly with anyone who may have been exposed in school or on the bus. Anyone identified as a close contact or impacted by possible exposure will complete the required 14-day quarantine at home. Please be aware that because of health confidentiality laws, we cannot provide additional information".

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An individual at Morristown High School also tested positive for COVID-19 however, that individual has not been in school since October 16,. District officials stated that "there is no reason to suspect that anyone at Morristown High School was exposed through any school-related activity", therefore the school will continue with the current hybrid mode of instruction. 

**This story has been updated to reflect that FMS is only virtual for Monday October 26**

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