FLEMINGTON, NJ - Hunterdon Central Regional High School will be on remote learning Tuesday after a student in the school was diagnosed with COVID-19, according to a letter from the district.

The student attends in-person instruction in Group 2.

The Department of Health has advised that the school conduct a remote instructional day Tuesday to allow for the contact tracing investigation to be completed.

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The district will follow its typical full day remote bell schedule for all students Tuesday, with online instruction from 7:35 a.m. to 2:03 p.m. It will be an A day.

The district anticipates being back on campus Wednesday for an in-person B day with Group 1, and Group 2 will come back in as scheduled for in-person instruction for A and B days on Thursday and Friday.

The district is following specific procedures with its partners at the Hunterdon County Department of Health, and is not able to share any additional identifying information about the student. If the Department of Health determines that another child has been in close contact with the student, someone will reach out within 24 hours and provide quarantine instructions.

Anyone instructed to quarantine will have to stay home from any in-person instructional days during the quarantine period, beginning with the date of exposure. Students will have full access to the remote instructional program during that time.