MESA, AZ — Three people at Red Mountain High School in Mesa have tested positive for COVID-19, according to the school’s principal.
In a letter to parents Wednesday, the school said two students and an adult participating on an athletic team had tested positive for the virus.
School officials say the most recent date one of them was last on campus was Monday, September 14.
The school says they believe the exposure risk is minimal due to safety protocols the school has in place, including face masks and physical distancing.
Monday was the first day the district returned to modified in-person learning.
For more information on COVID-19, including symptoms and treatment, visit the CDC website.