New Rochelle superintendent tests positive for coronavirus

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The New Rochelle superintendent has tested positive for coronavirus, according to a letter sent home to parents.

Dr. Laura Feijoo says she has mild symptoms and will be in quarantine at home for two weeks. Board President Amy Moselhi also has to be quarantined because the two work closely together.

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Feijoo asked her cabinet to use their best judgment in terms of being tested and self-quarantined, saying, "The district's work will continue and we remain committed to the success of each student."

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