Victoria E. Freile – Rochester Democrat and Chronicle USA TODAY NETWORK – in the D&C on 9/23/21 on page A3
Two dozen positive COVID-19 cases have emerged in the Victor Central School District.
According to district Superintendent Tim Terranova, 21 Victor students and three adults have tested positive as of Tuesday. The Victor Primary School was particularly hard hit with 15 of those 24 cases, he said.
On Tuesday, 118 students were absent from Victor Primary School, which houses more than 600 students who are mostly in second and third grade, Terranova said that two full classes of students and 88 of those 118 absences were due to mandated quarantines.
“We are working collaboratively with the Ontario County Health Department to do whatever we can to attempt to keep each of our buildings open for in-person learning,” Terranova wrote in a letter.