Coronavirus: Springboro Schools reports more confirmed cases

Coronavirus: Springboro Schools reports more confirmed cases
Springboro students test positive for COVID-19

SPRINGBORO — Springboro Schools was notified Wednesday of three confirmed cases of COVID-19 involving Springboro High School students, according to a notification sent to families in the district from Warren County Health Commissioner Duane Stansbury, Superintendent Larry Hook and District Nurse Bronwyn Patterson.

“If you have not received a separate ‘Notification of Exposure’ letter from the district or been directly contacted by a district employee, your student was NOT EXPOSED [sic],” the notification reads.

Wednesday’s notification marks the second time in a week that the district has had to issue a notification about a confirmed case of the virus.

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The Sept. 11 varsity football game at Miamisburg and the Sept. 12 junior varsity games were canceled after a member of the Springboro varsity team tested positive.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has stated that a single case of COVID-19 will not likely warrant closing the entire school, Stansbury, Hook and Patterson said in their notification.