WILTON \u2014 There have been two more COVID cases in the town\u2019s schools and dozens of students and teachers remain quarantined due to \u201cclose contact\u201d with someone who tested positive. Wilton High School and Cider Mill School each have one new case of the coronavirus. Superintendent Kevin Smith announced Monday the two new cases were reported to the district earlier that day. According to the district\u2019s data, one Wilton High School student tested positive. The data did not indicate whether the Cider Mill case was a student or staff member. According to the superintendent, \u201cno other members of our school community were required to quarantine\u201d due to the new cases. A total of 56 students and eight staff members remain quarantined because they have been in \u201cclose contact\u201d with someone who tested positive. The total number of students quarantining due to close contact has increased by over 30 from the previous week. \u201cI would like to remind all members of our Miller-Driscoll, Cider Mill, Middlebrook and Wilton High School communities to continue to self-monitor daily for symptoms, particularly in light of our recent cases,\u201d Smith said.