All St Augustine's Primary School students from Foundation to Year Six are considered close contacts and must isolate for 14 days.
In a letter to parents, Principal Joe Quinn said the school has received overwhelming support since news of the COVID case broke.
"Parents, staff and students are doing very well at adhering to the DHHS advice that helps keep our children and our community safe," he said.
"Test results that have been sent through to the school have all been negative so far.
"We known your quick response to getting tested and isolating is the best way to prevent the spread of the virus.
"I have been in contact with the families who have contracted the virus and thankfully, they are all going as well as can be expected, at the moment."
IN OTHER NEWS:
All students must isolate for 14 days and have a day 13 test even if the first test was negative.
Face-to-face learning for those who have tested negative and sent the result to the school, will resume November 1.
If a child does not have their day 13 test they must continue to isolate for a further 14 days.
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