School Administrative District 60 confirmed Wednesday that two of its students have been diagnosed with meningitis.

Superintendent Steven Connolly said Wednesday evening that a student at the Vivian E. Hussey Primary School, and a student at Noble Middle School have meningitis.

Connolly said one case is viral meningitis while the test results on the second student are pending. He declined to be more specific about which student has viral meningitis.

He said the students live in different towns and do not appear to know each other.

The Maine Center for Disease Control and prevention told SAD 60 that there is no need for major concern. Symptoms include fever, stiff neck, sensitivity to bright lights, vomiting, sleepiness, lethargy, lack of appetite and nausea.

SAD 60 covers Berwick, North Berwick, and Lebanon.