The district learned today, Feb. 5, that several Liberty CSD students have tested positive for COVID-19.
Our thoughts are with the individuals who have tested positive and we wish them a speedy recovery. Privacy laws restrict the disclosure of personally identifiable information of anyone who has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Liberty Elementary School
- LES is open for in-person instruction.
- A student who was last in the elementary school on Feb. 4 tested positive for COVID-19. The student was on campus that day for about 30 minutes and had limited contact with students and staff.
Liberty Middle School
- LMS is currently fully-remote. In-person instruction resumes Feb. 16, 2021.
- Two students have tested positive for COVID-19. Health officials report that the students did not attend in-person classes while contagious with the coronavirus.
Liberty High School
- LHS is open for in-person instruction.
- A high school student who was last in contact with other students on Jan. 31 has tested positive for COVID-19.
In all of the above instances, staff members and parents and guardians of students who may be at risk for exposure to COVID-19 will or have been individually notified by a building principal, administrator or school nurse. Contact tracers from Sullivan County Public Health Services also reach out to people at risk for contracting the coronavirus and advise them of what steps to take.
For more information about our health and safety procedures please reach out to your building principal. Questions about COVID-19 should be directed to your healthcare provider or Sullivan County Public Health Services at 845-292-5910.