By DAVE McMILLION
Health officials said they were still trying to determine whether a person at the Career Studies Center has contracted tuberculosis.
It could be another week or two before officials make a determination, said Robert Parker, health officer for Washington County.
Meanwhile, family members and people with whom the person was in close contact at the Career Studies Center have tested negative for the disease, said Parker.
Those results mean it is "probably a low-risk case."
Officials first reported the possible TB case Nov. 20. They would not say whether the person was a teacher or a student at the Oak Ridge Drive School, saying further identification would not be appropriate.