COVID-19 connected to Carlton Comprehensive High School

Carlton Comprehensive High School. Photo by Jayda Taylor/Daily Herald

On Friday evening the Saskatchewan Rivers School Division notified the public that a case of COVID-19 had been connected to an individual at Carlton Comprehensive High School in Prince Albert.

“Investigation has indicated that there are no designated close contacts. This means that two teachers and two classrooms of Grade 9s will need to self-monitor only and that no isolations are required,” the release from the division explained.

According to the division there is no evidence that the cases was/were acquired or transmitted at school and in person learning will safely continue for the entire school after the Easter Break.