Morris County high school temporarily switches to all-remote learning following positive test

Officials say Morristown High School has temporarily switched to all-remote learning after someone affiliated with the school tested positive for coronavirus.
As a result, 37 people are now quarantining for 14 days.
Students will learn remotely today and tomorrow and return to their hybrid format Friday, as long as no other positive cases come up. All sports and extra-curricular activities are also cancelled for the next three days.
The district is not specifying if the person was a student or staff member. School officials learned of the positive test Friday.