Coronavirus: 2 Trotwood-Madison City Schools staffers test positive, superintendent says

Coronavirus: 2 Trotwood-Madison City Schools staffers test positive, superintendent says
Trotwood-Madison High School, 4440 North Union Road. (Staff)

TROTWOOD — The Trotwood-Madison City Schools district received notification that two staff members have tested positive for COVID-19, Superintendent Reva Cosby said in a letter to parents and families Monday.

The individuals work in three different buildings and according to the information the district received last weekend, the positive cases are not related.

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The staff members have expressed mild symptoms and are quarantined in accordance to the guidance provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Public Health -- Dayton & Montgomery County, Cosby said.

Individuals identified as being in close contact with the staff members that tested positive have been contact traced and asked to quarantine and work from home while they monitor/check for symptoms through the designated quarantine period.

There were approximately 2,624 students in the district, according to the 2019 Ohio Department of Education head count.

The district is offering 100% remote online learning and that status will be reviewed and evaluated after the first nine-week grading period ends on Oct. 23.