Manasquan High School student tests positive for COVID-19


MANASQUAN — Another student at Manasquan High School has tested positive for the coronavirus, Superintendent of Schools Frank Kasyan announced on Tuesday.

According to a letter posted on the district’s website, the student was last in the school building on Monday, Nov. 9. Due to confidentiality restrictions, the district could not provide further information about the student.

After notification of the student’s positive test result, the district and Monmouth County Health Department engaged in contact tracing.


The superintendent’s letter did not disclose a specific number of students or staff that the positive student had been in contact with, however, stated “any close contacts have already been notified and are also required to quarantine.”

Per the district’s restart and recovery plan, members of the school community will be notified of any positive COVID-19 cases among students or staff.

“Please be aware, our plan was designed anticipating that cases would sporadically arise and that, when they do, the number of school community members affected and the impact on the District is minimized,” the letter states.

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