2020-21 COVID-19 Notifications

October 26, 2020

The Monroe County Department of Public Health (MCDPH) notified us that a Hill School staff member has tested positive with COVID-19 today. We can share that the staff member who tested positive has not been on campus since October 23. Per privacy guidelines, no additional personally identifiable information can be shared about this individual.

After completing their investigation, MCDPH determined the initial case was not a result of being on our campus. However, the MCDPH has determined that the positive case resulted in an exposure to one additional staff member in a faculty room. Both individuals were placed in mandatory quarantine by MCDPH. They have determined there was no additional exposure to anyone else in classrooms, school buses or in the school building. Any individuals who are at risk of exposure outside of school have been notified by MCDPH and placed into mandatory quarantine. It is not necessary to take action unless you are personally notified by the DOH. 

We ask that you respect the privacy of this individual and others and please refrain from sharing information about positive cases—even your own—on social media.

We are committed to providing our staff and students with a safe and healthy environment. Please continue to wear face masks, maintain social distancing and wash your hands frequently. Thank you for your understanding and ongoing cooperation with our COVID-19 prevention policies and procedures as we work to help protect our students, staff and families.  

Thank you, 
Sean Bruno, Superintendent of Schools



October 24, 2020

The Monroe County Department of Public Health (MCDPH) notified us that a Ginther Elementary School staff member has tested positive with COVID-19. We can share that the staff member who tested positive has not been on campus since October 21. Per privacy guidelines, no additional personally identifiable information can be shared about this individual.

After completing their investigation, MCDPH determined it was not a result of being on our campus and there was no exposure to any classroom, school bus or school building. Any individuals who are at risk of exposure outside of school have been notified by MCDPH and placed into mandatory quarantine. It is not necessary to take action unless you are personally notified by the DOH. 

We ask that you respect the privacy of this individual and others and please refrain from sharing information about positive cases—even your own—on social media.

We are committed to providing our staff and students with a safe and healthy environment. Please continue to wear face masks, maintain social distancing and wash your hands frequently. Thank you for your understanding and ongoing cooperation with our COVID-19 prevention policies and procedures as we work to help protect our students, staff and families.
  
October 2, 2020

The Monroe County Department of Public Health (MCDPH) notified us that a student who attends Ginther Elementary School tested positive with COVID-19 today. We can share that the student who tested positive has not been on campus since September 25. We can also share that this case is unrelated to yesterday’s announced case. Per privacy guidelines, no additional personally identifiable information can be shared about this individual.

After completing its investigation, MCDPH determined there was no exposure to any classroom, school bus or school building. Any individuals who are at risk of exposure outside of school have been notified by MCDPH and placed into mandatory quarantine. It is not necessary to take action unless you are personally notified by the DOH. 

We ask that you respect the privacy of this individual and others and please refrain from sharing information about positive cases—even your own—on social media.

We are committed to providing our staff and students with a safe and healthy environment. Please continue to wear face masks, maintain social distancing and wash your hands frequently. Thank you for your understanding and ongoing cooperation with our COVID-19 prevention policies and procedures as we work to help protect our students, staff and families.  

Thank you, 

Sean C. Bruno
Superintendent of Schools
Brockport Central School District


October 1, 2020

The Monroe County Department of Public Health (MCDPH) notified us that a student who attends Ginther Elementary School tested positive with COVID-19 today.  The student last attended school on September 28 and the MCDPH determined there was no exposure in a classroom, school bus or school building. It is also important to note that the MCDPH reported that it was not transmitted on our campus. The student will not return to in-person learning until cleared by county health officials. We will continue to work with the MCDPH and follow their protocols in these matters.

We would like to reinforce of the importance of wearing masks, social distancing and washing hands to minimize the risk of spread and exposure both on and off campus.

Thank you for your ongoing cooperation with these protocols.

Sean C. Bruno

Superintendent of Schools
Brockport Central School District


September 29, 2020

Today, the Monroe County Department of Public Health (MCDPH) notified us that a Hill Elementary School staff member recently tested positive with COVID-19. The staff member last attended school on September 11, 2020, and the MCDPH determined there was no exposure in the school building. The staff member will not return until cleared by county health officials. We will continue to work with the MCDPH and follow their protocols in these matters. It is also important to note that this situation is not connected to yesterday’s student report and was not transmitted on our campus.

We would like to reinforce the importance of wearing masks, social distancing and washing hands to minimize the risk of spread and exposure.

Thank you for your ongoing cooperation with these protocols.

Thank you,
Superintendent Sean Bruno

September 28, 2020


Today, the Monroe County Department of Public Health (MCDPH) notified us that a student who attends Hill Elementary school recently tested positive with COVID-19. The student last attended school on September 11, 2020, and the MCDPH determined there was no exposure in a classroom, school bus or school building. The student will not return to in-person learning until cleared by county health officials. We will continue to work with the MCDPH and follow their protocols in these matters.

We would like to reinforce the importance of wearing masks, social distancing and washing hands to minimize the risk of spread and exposure.

Thank you for your ongoing cooperation with these protocols.

Thank you, 
Superintendent Sean Bruno

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