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Weekly Report for November 06-12, 2021


Current Activities & Cases


Year-To-Date Report beginning August 12, 2021


Dashboard PRIOR to the start of school (July 1 - August 11, 2021)

Covid number chart prior to start of school

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Q - Quarantine numbers include: 

  • Potential Case - quarantined while waiting for test results.

  • Potential Quarantine - has been quarantined as a precaution because they have around someone who is waiting on test results. 

  • Quarantined - because they have been identified, through contact tracing,  as someone that has been in close contact with a positive case.

Positive Cases - Tested and received a positive result. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Who gets notified? 

A. Those that have been identified, through contact tracing, as having been in close contact with a confirmed positive case.  

Q. Will you notify everyone at the school or in the class? 

A. No.  If you are not contacted you were not identified to be in close contact, according to the contact tracing.

Q. Do the siblings of a child being quarantined due to close contact need to also quarantine? 

A. No, the OSDH only recommends those in close contact with the COVID-19 positive individual quarantine. Unless the individual with the known exposure in close contact tests positive or starts exhibiting symptoms, other family members do not have to quarantine. 

*Siblings or other relatives who live in the same household as the positive individual are required to quarantine.

Q. If I am quarantined what should I do now?

A. Continue to monitor your child’s symptoms and contact your healthcare provider if your child starts exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms. Please keep them at home.  If your child tests positive for COVID-19, please contact the school immediately.

Q.  When does quarantine start?

A. Quarantine begins on the last day you have been in contact with a positive case.

Q. If I am quarantined do I need to notify anyone at this time?

A. No. The school district is required to report those identified with a confirmed positive COVID-19 test result to OSDH. 

Q. Will my child receive assignments while he/she is quarantined?

A. Students will work remotely and be counted as present during the quarantine period. Students are able to return in person after the designated quarantine period. Teachers will contact parents/students to make arrangements for schoolwork during this time. 

Q. Will the positive case name(s) be released?

A. That information is unable to be released per confidentiality guidelines.

Q. Should  I send my child to school if someone in my household or someone my child has been in close contact with a person who tests positive, even if my child is not showing symptoms?  

A. NO!  Students must be quarantined for 10 days since the last exposure to any positive cases. Contact the school and let them know why your child is absent.  (updated 12.7.20)

Q. Should I send my child to school if someone in my household is waiting on the test result?  

A. NO!  Please treat any potential case like a positive case and isolate that family member and quarantine your child until the results are returned. Contact the school and let them know why your child is absent and after the results are received. 

Q. Should I send my child to school if they show any symptoms?  

A. NO.   For the overall health and wellbeing of students and staff, please keep ill children home and consider testing.