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Updated Contact Tracing and Case Reporting Guidance

Dear Families, 

On February 2, 2022 the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services provided updated guidance on case reporting and contact tracing in schools. Effective immediately, NH DHHS is no longer asking schools to actively conduct contact tracing to identify close contacts, clusters or outbreaks.  In addition, schools will now report weekly aggregate data of all persons diagnosed with COVID 19 associated with the schools rather than individual student data.  Please continue to notify the school if your child tests positive for COVID 19 or if a member of their household tests positive.  

Please click on NH DHHS Updated Guidance February 2, 2022 for the updated guidance. All other mitigation measures remain in place.   

If you have any questions please contact your child’s principal.  


Brad Largy

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