MARSHALL, Mich. — Marshall Public Schools Superintendent Randall Davis said two students at the high school tested positive for COVID-19.
Davis said in the letter to parents that the Calhoun County Public Health Department notified the district of the first case on Monday, Sept. 7, 2020.
One day later, the health department informed the district of the second positive case.
"At this time, it has been determined that both of these cases are not associated with each other and both originated from outside of Marshall Public Schools," Davis said in the letter.
He said the district is following guidance from the health department and is working on informing all students, teachers and staff who were considered in close contact, or were within about 6 feet of the student for a prolonged period of time.
Students returned to class Thursday, Aug. 27 with in-person instruction two days a week and remote learning for three days.