PITTSBURGH -- A student at Ross Elementary School has tested positive for COVID-19. The student has not been in school since last Tuesday, Oct. 6 and did not develop symptoms until days later. As such, no one from Ross Elementary was in close contact with the student and there is no additional district impact. While no further action is necessary, we are sharing this information with families for transparency as we stated we would in our health and safety plan.
Please refer to our new COVID-19 tracker to view all NHSD coronavirus cases to date since the start of the 2020-21 school year.
Positive cases are no longer active after a 10-day isolation period per guidance from the Center for Disease Control.
Including this most recent case, the district has had six COVID-19 cases. This latest case is the only case currently active.