CHANDLER, AZ — A teacher on the Legacy Tradition Schools' Chandler campus tested positive for coronavirus Monday, according to officials.
In a statement provided to ABC15, the teacher was notified of the positive test result prior to class Monday morning and left the classroom.
The students were relocated to a different classroom to allow crews to sanitize the space, officials said.
Officials began contact tracing efforts and notified families of students in the affected class, as well as any staff members who were in contact with the teacher.
It is unclear if any students were in contact with the teacher prior to the positive test result Monday morning. The teacher is expected to remain quarantined "until they are medically cleared to do so."
Earlier Tuesday, officials at the Peoria Unified School District reported that a bus driver for the district had tested positive for coronavirus.
Additionally, a student at Maricopa High School tested positive for COVID-19, according to a statement from school officials on Monday.