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BELLEVILLE — Classes at Belleville Henderson Central School will be fully remote Friday after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19.

The district issued a statement Thursday saying it had been notified of the positive test by Jefferson County Public Health Service. The district is working with the service to perform contact tracing.

The district said pursuant to its reopening plan, affected areas in its school will be thoroughly disinfected. Masking and social distance protocols remain in place.

The district said while it will have only remote instruction Friday, students who attend in-person BOCES career and technical education classes will still attend as scheduled.

As of Thursday evening, this positive case was not reflected on the state’s COVID-19 Report Card tracker.

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