Two New Fairfield schools have moved to remote learning because of positive COVID-19 tests. Superintendent Pat Cosentino says they've been notified that another member of the Meeting House Hill Elementary School community has tested positive, as has a member of the Consolidated School community. Students and staff from both schools started distance learning yesterday. They will stay with remote learning for at least this week, possibly until Monday, the 16th as the district conducts contact tracing. Cosentino says all school buildings and classrooms will be sanitized and disinfected throughout the week to mitigate the spread of infection. There's full, in person learning at New Fairfield’s middle and high schools.