On Monday, Nov. 23, the Onondaga County Health Department notified the Fayetteville-Manlius Central School District that three individuals within the school community have tested positive for COVID-19.
The positive cases include an Enders Road Elementary School student, a Fayetteville-Manlius High School student and a staff member who works at F-M High School.
- The Enders Road hybrid cohort B student had already been placed in a quarantine and was last in school on Friday, Nov. 6. Contact tracing determined there was no exposure at school and it can remain open for in-person instruction.
- The F-M High School hybrid cohort B student had already been placed in a quarantine and was last in school on Thursday, Nov. 5. Contact tracing determined there was no exposure at school.
- The F-M High School staff member was last in school on Friday, Nov. 20. Contact tracing is currently underway and the Onondaga County Health Department will determine if additional high school staff members and students will be placed in quarantine.
F-M High School will continue to follow a fully-remote learning schedule through Tuesday, Nov. 24. The shift to remote learning was made Sunday, Nov. 22 so that contact tracing could be completed on a previously-reported COVID-19 case at F-M High School. The school expects to resume in-person learning with cohort A students on Monday, Nov. 30 unless further positive cases suggest otherwise.
All F-M schools are closed Wednesday, Nov. 25-Friday, Nov. 27 for Thanksgiving Recess.
Due to privacy laws, the district cannot provide any additional information about the individuals who tested positive. If you would like to be tested out of an abundance of caution, please visit the New York State COVID-19 web page to find a testing location near you or talk with your healthcare provider.
The staff members who tested positive, and any other individuals the county determines must quarantine, will not return to school until they meet the protocols set by the New York State Department of Health.
The district continues to thoroughly clean and disinfect all buildings on campus and its buses in accordance with guidance from the state Department of Health and the U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.