One ADM High School student was identified Thursday as testing positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, according to communications from ADM Superintendent Greg Dufoe.
Seven close contacts of the student were identified and will quarantine for 14 days, Dufoe said. All seven of the close contacts were exposed off-site and not on ADM facilities.
The ADM Community School District had about 1,900 students enrolled in 2019, with about 500 in the high school. The district’s Return to Learn Plan calls for 100% attendance and features many virus-mitigation tactics, such as context-appropriate face coverings for students in grades three through 12.