MUSKEGON COUNTY, Mich. — A student has tested positive for COVID-19 at Oakridge Public Schools.
The student in question was last known to have been present at Oakridge High School on Friday, Oct. 2, according to a statement released by Superintendent Tom Livezey. He says the school has been sanitized once a day since then.
“I am happy to report that there were not any Oakridge students nor adults identified to be in close contact with the positive case at school,” says Livezey. “
The student is in quarantine at home and will remain there until they are cleared by Public Health - Muskegon County, the statement reads.
Livezey says two other students outside of school were identified as close contacts, who are also in quarantine. “Oakridge High School will remain open at this time,” he adds.