Over 100 new confirmed COVID cases in the Albany School District



ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – According to Albany City Schools, the Albany School District was notified of 102 new confirmed cases of COVID in the district between Sunday, January 2 and Monday, January 3. These confirmed cases affect nearly every district building.

  • Albany High School – 23 cases with 26 additional contacts who are vaccinated and do not require quarantine
  • Albany School of Humanities – 11 cases• Arbor Hill Elementary School – 6 cases
  • Delaware Community School – 3 cases
  • Eagle Point Elementary School – 7 cases
  • Edmund J. O’Neal School of Excellence – 3 cases
  • Giffen Memorial Elementary School – 6 cases
  • North Albany Middle School – 2 cases
  • New Scotland Elementary School – 8 cases
  • Philip Schuyler Achievement Academy – 3 cases
  • Pine Hills Elementary School – 2 cases
  • Sheridan Preparatory Academy/Thomas O’Brien Academy of Science and Technology (TOAST) – 1 case
  • Sheridan Preparatory Academy – 2 cases
  • Stephen and Harriet Myers Middle School – 9 cases
  • TOAST – 3 cases, 1 contact• William S. Hackett Middle School – 13 cases with 11 additional contacts who are vaccinated and do not require quarantine.

For more information about each case at each school, go to the Albany School District website.

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