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Nine Students (and no staff members) Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures)  

The district has learned that nine students have tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school until medically cleared to do so.   

Location and last in-school dates (students)  

  • Three students who attend William Floyd High School tested positive and were last in school on December 8, January 11 and January 25, respectively.
  • Two students who attend William Floyd Middle School tested positive. One student was last in school on January 15 and the other student is an all-virtual student. The New York State COVID-19 dashboard reflects all cases including those who are enrolled in all-virtual learning.
  • One student who attends William Paca Middle School tested positive and was last in school on January 14.
  • One students who attends John S. Hobart Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on January 14.
  • One student who attends William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on January 22.  
  • One student who attends Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on January 6.  

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.   

The district will continue to diligently deep clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. During cold and flu season, as in all seasons, it is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask.   

 


1/25/2021 at 4:25pm

Fourteen Students & Seven Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures)  

The district has learned that fourteen students and seven staff members have tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.   

Location and last in-school dates (students)  

  • Three students who attend William Floyd High School tested positive and were last in school on January 8, January 15 and January 25, respectively.
  • Two students who attend William Paca Middle School tested positive and were last In school on January 12 and January 19, respectively.
  • One student who attends William Floyd Middle School tested positive and was last in school on January 8.
  • Three students who attend Moriches Elementary School tested positive. Two students were last in school on January 11 and January 15, respectively. The third student is an all-virtual student. The New York State COVID-19 dashboard reflects all cases including those who are enrolled in all-virtual learning.
  • Three students (two are siblings) who attend John S. Hobart Elementary School tested positive and were last in school on January 12 (two) and January 21, respectively.
  • One student who attends Tangier Smith Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on January 25.  
  • One student who attends Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on January 22.   

Location and last at-work date (staff)  

  • One staff member from William Paca Middle School tested positive and was last at work on January 21.
  • Two staff members from William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and were last at work on January 13 and January 15, respectively.
  • Two staff members from Tangier Smith Elementary School tested positive and were both last at work on January 15.
  • One staff member from Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on January 21.
  • One staff member from Moriches Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on January 19.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.   

The district will continue to diligently deep clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. During cold and flu season, as in all seasons, it is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask.   

 


1/22/2021 at 4:05pm

Six Students (and no staff members) Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures)  

The district has learned that six students have tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.   

 Location and last in-school dates (students)  

  • Two students who attend William Floyd High School tested positive and were last in school on January 5, January 21, respectively.
  • One student who attends William Paca Middle School tested positive and was last in school on January 20.
  • Three students who attend Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on January 12 (two) and January 20, respectively.

  The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.   

The district will continue to diligently deep clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. During cold and flu season, as in all seasons, it is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask.   

 


 

1/21/2021 at 4:30pm

Twelve Students & Two Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures)  

The district has learned that twelve students and two staff members have tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.    

Location and last in-school dates (students)  

  • Four students who attend William Floyd High School tested positive and were last in school on January 5, January 14, January 15 and January 19, respectively.
  • Three students who attend William Floyd Middle School tested positive and were last in school on January 5 and January 19, January 21, respectively. 
  • Two students who attend William Paca Middle School tested positive. One student was last in school on January 19 and the other student is an all-virtual student. The New York State COVID-19 dashboard reflects all cases including those who are enrolled in all-virtual learning.
  • One student who attends Tangier Smith Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on January 15.  
  • One student who attends William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on January 14.  
  • One student who attends Moriches Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on January 14.

Location and last at-work date (staff)  

  • One staff member from William Floyd Middle School tested positive and was last at work on January 20. 
  • One staff member from William Paca Middle School tested positive and was last at work on January 19.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.   

The district will continue to diligently deep clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. During cold and flu season, as in all seasons, it is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask.   

 


1/20/2021 at 4:30 pm

Five Students & Three Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that five students and three staff members have tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.  

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • The all-virtual student who tested positive is enrolled in virtual learning at William Floyd High School. The New York State COVID-19 dashboard reflects all cases including those who are enrolled in all-virtual learning.
  • Two students who attend William Floyd Middle School tested positive and were last in school on January 12 and January 15, respectively.
  • One student who attends William Paca Middle School tested positive and was last in school on January 6. 
  • One student who attend John S. Hobart Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on January 5.  

Location and last at-work date (staff) 

  • One staff member from William Paca Middle School tested positive and was last at work on January 6.
  • One staff member from William Floyd Academy tested positive and was last at work on January 15. Please note that for reporting purposes this case will appear on the New York State COVID-19 Dashboard as William Floyd High School.
  • One staff member from Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School tested positive and is a virtual teacher.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently deep clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. During cold and flu season, as in all seasons, it is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask.  

 


 

1/19/2021 at 5:15 pm

Eleven Students & Sixteen Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures)

Location and last in-school dates (students)

  • Five students who attend William Floyd High School tested positive and were last in school on January 5, January 7, January 8, January 12, and January 14, respectively.
  • One student who attends William Floyd Academy tested positive and was last in school on January 15.
  • One student who attends William Paca Middle School tested positive and was last in school on January 15.
  • Three students who attend Tangier Smith Elementary School tested positive and were last in school on January 7 (two siblings) and January 15.
  • One student who attend Moriches Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on January 7.

Location and last at-work date (staff)

  • Five staff members from William Floyd High School and two district-wide employees tested positive and were last at work on January 7, January 8, January 12, January 14 and January 15, respectively.
  • One staff member from William Floyd Middle School tested positive and was last at work on January 15.
  • Two staff members from William Paca Middle School tested positive and were last at work on January 5 and January 15, respectively.
  • Two staff members from Tangier Smith Elementary School tested positive and were last at work on January 13 and January 15, respectively.
  • One staff member from William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on January 14.
  • Two staff members from John S. Hobart Elementary School tested positive and were both last at work on January 15.
  • One staff member from Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on January 15.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard. 

The district will continue to diligently deep clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. During cold and flu season, as in all seasons, it is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask.

 


1/15/2021 at 4:15 pm

One Student Tests Positive for COVID-19 and One Staff Member Tests Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that one student and one staff member has tested positive for COVID-19.  Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.  

Location and last in-school dates (student/staff) 

  • One student who attends John S. Hobart Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on January 11. 
  • One staff member who attends Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on January 14.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently deep clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. During cold and flu season, as in all seasons, it is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


 

1/14/2021 at 4:20 pm

Ten Students & One Staff Member Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures)

The district has learned that ten students and one staff member has tested positive for COVID-19.  Please note that two of the students are siblings. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students)

  • One student who attends Nathanial Woodhull Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on January 5.
  • One student who attends John S. Hobart Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on January 12.
  • One student who attends Tangier Smith Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on December 22.
  • One student who attends William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on January 4.
  • Three students who attend William Paca Middle School have tested positive and were last in school on January 5, January 8, and January 12, respectively.
  • Three students who attend William Floyd High School have tested positive and were last in school on December 15, December 21 and January 8, respectively.

Location and last at-work date (staff)

  • One staff member from William Paca Middle School tested positive and was last at work on January 11.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard. 

The district will continue to diligently deep clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. During cold and flu season, as in all seasons, it is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask.

 


1/13/2021 at 4:40 pm

Three Students & Nine Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures)

The district has learned that three students and nine staff members have tested positive for COVID-19.  Please note that two of the students are on the all-virtual learning option and have not been in school. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students)

  • Two all-virtual students tested positive and are enrolled in all-virtual learning at William Paca Middle School and William Floyd High School. The New York State COVID-19 dashboard reflects all cases including those who are enrolled in all-virtual learning.
  • One student who attends Nathanial Woodhull Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on January 7.

Location and last at-work date (staff)

  • Two staff members from Nathanial Woodhull Elementary School tested positive and were last at work on January 7 and January 8, respectively.
  • Two staff members from Tangier Smith Elementary School tested positive and were last at work on January 8.
  • One staff member from John S. Hobart Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on January 8.
  • One staff member from Moriches Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on January 4.
  • One staff member from William Paca Middle School tested positive and was last at work on January 8.
  • One staff member from William Floyd Middle School tested positive and was last at work on January 8.
  • One staff member from William Floyd High School tested positive and was last at work on January 12.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard. 

The district will continue to diligently deep clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. During cold and flu season, as in all seasons, it is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask.


1/12/2021 at 4:30 pm

Nine Students & Three Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures)

The district has learned that nine students and three staff members have tested positive for COVID-19.  Please note that one of the students is on the all-virtual learning option and has not been in school. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students)

  • One all-virtual student tested positive and is enrolled in virtual learning at William Paca Middle School. The New York State COVID-19 dashboard reflects all cases including those who are enrolled in all-virtual learning.
  • One student who attends William Paca Middle School tested positive and was last in school on December 22.
  • One student who attends William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on January 5.
  • One student who attends Moriches Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on January 7.
  • Three students who attend William Floyd High School tested positive – two of whom were last in school on January 5 and one of whom was last in school on January 9, respectively.
  • Two students who attend William Floyd Middle School tested positive and were last in school on January 5 and January 11, respectively.

Location and last at-work date (staff)

  • Two staff members from William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and were last at work on January 8.
  • One staff member from Tangier Smith Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on January 8.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard. 

The district will continue to diligently deep clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. During cold and flu season, as in all seasons, it is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask.


1/11/2021 at 4:45 pm

21 Students & Six Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures)

The district has learned that 21 students and six staff members have tested positive for COVID-19. Please note that 10 of these reported cases were from before the winter break and two of the cases are from the same household. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students)

  • Ten William Floyd High School students tested positive and were last in school on the following dates: December 18 (one student), December 22 (five students), January 5 (one student), January 7 (two students) and January 8 (one student).
  • Two students who attend William Floyd Middle School tested positive and were last in school on December 21 and January 4, respectively.
  • Two students who attend William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and were last in school on December 22 and January 4, respectively.
  • One student who attends Tangier Smith Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on January 4.
  • One student who attends the Floyd Academy tested positive and was last in school on January 4. (Please note that for reporting purposes this case will appear on the New York State COVID-19 Dashboard as William Floyd High School.)
  • Two students who attends Moriches Elementary School tested positive and were both last in school on January 5.
  • Three students who attend John S. Hobart Elementary School tested positive – one was last in school on January 5 and two of whom were last in school on January 8, respectively.

Location and last at-work date (staff)

  • One staff member from the William Floyd Learning Center tested positive and was last at work on December 22.
  • One staff member from William Floyd High School tested positive and was last at work on December 22.
  • One staff member from William Floyd Middle School tested positive and was last at work on January 6.
  • Three staff members from John S. Hobart Elementary School tested positive and were all last at work on January 8.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard. 

The district will continue to diligently deep clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. During cold and flu season, as in all seasons, it is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask.


1/8/2021 at 4:30 pm

Seven Students & Four Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures)

The district has learned that seven students and four staff members have tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students)

  • Three students who attend William Floyd High School tested positive – one of the students was last in school on December 11 and two of the students were last in school on January 7, respectively.
  • Two students who attend Moriches Elementary School tested positive and were last in school on December 22 and January 5, respectively. 
  • One student who attends William Paca Middle School tested positive and was last in school on January 4.
  • One student who attends William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on January 5.

Location and last at-work date (staff)

  • One staff member from Tangier Smith Elementary tested positive and was last at work on December 17.
  • One staff member from Moriches Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on December 22.
  • One staff member from William Floyd High School tested positive and was last at work on January 6.
  • One staff member from William Floyd Middle School tested positive and was last at work on January 7.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard. 

The district will continue to diligently deep clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. During cold and flu season, as in all seasons, it is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask.


1/7/2021 at 4:55 pm

Seven Students & Two Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures)

The district has learned that seven students and two staff members have tested positive for COVID-19 – five of whom were last in school or at work prior to the winter vacation on December 22. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students)

  • Two students who attend William Floyd High School have tested positive and were both last in school on December 22.
  • One student who attends William Floyd Middle School tested positive and was last in school on December 22.
  • Two students who attend Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School tested positive and were both last in school on January 5.
  • One student who attends William Paca Middle School tested positive and was last in school on January 5.
  • One student who attends John S. Hobart Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on January 5.

Location and last at-work date (staff)

  • One staff member from William Floyd High School who tested positive was last at work on December 22.
  • One staff member from the Floyd Academy who tested positive was last at work on December 22. Please note that for reporting purposes this case will appear on the New York State COVID-19 Dashboard as William Floyd High School.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard. 

The district will continue to diligently deep clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. During cold and flu season, as in all seasons, it is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask.


1/6/2021 at 4:35 pm

Eleven Students & Two Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures)

The district has learned that eleven students and two staff members have tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates

  • Two students who attend John S. Hobart Elementary School tested positive and were last in school on December 21 and January 4, respectively.
  • One student who attends Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on December 22.
  • One student who attends William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on December 14.
  • Two students who attend William Paca Middle School tested positive and were last in school on December 22 and January 5, respectively.
  • One student who attends William Floyd Middle School tested positive and was last in school on January 5.
  • Four students who attend William Floyd High School tested positive and were last in school on December 22 and January 5, respectively.
  • Two staff members from William Floyd High School tested positive and were last at work on December 22 and January 5, respectively.

The district will continue to diligently deep clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. During cold and flu season, as in all seasons, it is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask.


1/5/2021 at 4:30 pm

Eight Students & One Staff Member Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures)

The district has learned that eight students and a staff member has tested positive for COVID-19. Please note that two of the students come from the same household. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates

  • Two members of the same household who tested positive attend John S. Hobart Elementary School and William Floyd Elementary School were last in school on December 22 and January 4, respectively.
  • Three students who attend William Floyd High School, two students who attend William Paca Middle School and one student who attends William Floyd Middle School who tested positive have not been in school since prior to the winter break.
  • One staff member who attends Tangier Smith Elementary School tested positive over the break and quarantined during that time.

The district will continue to diligently deep clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. During cold and flu season, as in all seasons, it is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask.


1/4/2021 at 5 pm

Cumulative COVID-19 Update: December 23 – January 4, 2021

The district learned that 51 people have tested positive for COVID-19 over the winter break. This is a cumulative report spanning 13 days beginning on December 23, 2020 through January 4, 2021. These 51 people – 30 students and 21 staff members – will not be allowed to return to work/school until medically cleared to do so. Additionally, contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. All of these individuals have not been to school/work since before the winter break.

The breakdown is as follows:

  • William Floyd High School: nine students and four staff members
  • Floyd Academy: two staff members (for reporting purposes this will appear on the NYS COVID-19 dashboard as William Floyd High School)
  • William Paca Middle School: five students and five staff members
  • William Floyd Middle School: five students and three staff members
  • Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School: seven students and one staff member
  • Moriches Elementary School: three students
  • William Floyd Elementary School: one student and two staff members
  • Tangier Smith Elementary School: two staff members
  • John S. Hobart Elementary School: two staff members

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard. 

The district will continue to diligently deep clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. During cold and flu season, as in all seasons, it is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask.


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