MADISON, NJ - In a communication with parents, district officials confirmed a case of COVID-19 within the Madison High School community. 

The district also stated that after a review of the case, the local department of health believes that potential close contacts within the school "seem unlikely", therefore the school will remain open. 

School closure and/or large scale quarantining is not being recommended, said school officials.

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"Community members should be aware that this individual will not be physically present in school until they meet NJDOH criteria for return", the communication read. "For reasons of privacy, the school will not be providing class-level or individual-level notifications regarding this matter. NJDOH contact tracers will directly reach out to any individuals that may have experienced close contact and will advise those individuals and the school accordingly". 


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