Editor's Note: Superintendent Vespe sent a second notice, dated November 13, to parents regarding the athletic programs. Vespe said, "With sincere sadness for our entire Lion Community, coaches, parents, and players we now have been informed that an individual who came in contact with one of our district athletic teams has tested positive. Excerpts of the second letter is below.
GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ—(November 14, 2020) Dr. Dennis Vespe, superintendent of the Gloucester City School District, announced on Friday, November 13, that individual (s) in the Cold Springs School and in the Middle School have tested positive for COVID-19. The district recently transition back to remote instructions due to seven people getting the virus which resulted in 200 people being exposed. The Camden County Board of Health ordered those 200 individuals to be quarantined for 14 days.
Below is the superintendent’s letter alerting parents of the most recent cases. Click on the image to enlarge.
EDITORS NOTE: We want to thank the anonymous tipster who forwarded the letter to us. CNBNews has requested Dr. Vespe and the Board of Education in the past to add our publication to the list to receive notices like this so we in turn can notify the citizens of Gloucester City and Brooklawn. For whatever reason our request was denied.
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