Students in 2 Carlton classrooms identified as non-close COVID-19 contacts

Two classrooms of students and some associated staff members at Carlton Comprehensive Public High School have been identified as non-close contacts of a COVID-19 case.

Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division announced Thursday evening that both classes would be monitored until June 17, but are not required to self-isolate. The school division says there is no evidence of cases acquired or transmitted at school.

All staff and students connected to the case have been notified. The school division declined to share any further details about the case citing privacy concerns.

As of Friday morning, Carlton remains open for in-person classes for all students.