Coronavirus Resources

COVID-19 Dashboard


DASHBOARD LEGEND

Reset Date: The case count resets after the period that the school building is closed consistent with the DOH/PDE guidance on recommended procedures following a case of COVID-19 in a school building. This closure allows time for case investigations, contact tracing, and cleaning and disinfecting to be accomplished prior to the building reopening. In other words, the rolling 14-day period restarts with the first new case – after the school building reopens.

Confirmed Positive Case –Diagnostic specimen test administered with a positive report for Coronavirus COVID-19.

Probable Case
– Individual with a known exposure to a confirmed positive case exhibiting symptoms consistent for COVID-19 without supportive laboratory evidence.

Staff Quarantined – Asymptomatic employees identified as a close contact of a confirmed positive case or probable case.

Students Quarantined – Asymptomatic students identified as a close contact of a confirmed positive case or probable case.

Close Contact – An individual who was within 6 feet of a confirmed or probable COVID-19 case for at least 15 consecutive minutes; however, other factors as identified by the PA DOH may be considered when assessing close contacts.


Student Daily COVID-19 Self-Screening Tool

Instructions: Every day prior to reporting to school, complete the following self-screening questions for your child, or have them complete on their own if they are able, and follow the directions based on your ‘YES’ or ‘NO’ response. If your child is experiencing a fever of 100.4 or higher, do not send your child to school until they are fever free (without the use of fever reducing medication) for a period of 24 hours, regardless of whether they are considered a “positive screen”.  A printable version of this tool is available here.

Screening Questions:

1.  Is your child experiencing any one of the following signs or symptoms, whether at home or in the District, which are new or not explained by another pre-existing health condition or other explanation?

a. Cough
b. Shortness of Breath
c. Difficulty Breathing
d. New Loss of Taste or Smell

IF YES -> Considered a “Positive Screen”. Do not send your child to school. Consult with your healthcare provider on next steps and communicate with your child’s school. THERE IS NO NEED TO PROCEED TO QUESTION 2.

IF NO -> Proceed to Question 2.

2.  Is your child experiencing any two of the following:

a. Fever (100.4 or higher)
b. Shaking/Chills
c. Muscle Pain
d. Headache
e. Sore Throat
f. Diarrhea (More than 3 x per day)

IF YES -> Considered a “Positive Screen”. Do not send your child to school. Consult with your healthcare provider on next steps and communicate with your child’s school. THERE IS NO NEED TO PROCEED TO QUESTION 3.

IF NO -> Proceed to Question 3.

3.  Has your child had personal contact with a person who has tested positive, or is symptomatic, for COVID-19 within the past 14 days?

IF YES -> Proceed to Question 4.

IF NO -> Considered a “Negative Screen”. Your child is clear to report to school. THERE IS NO NEED TO PROCEED TO QUESTION 4.

4.  Was your child within six (6) feet of the positive tested or symptomatic person they had contact with for more than fifteen (15) minutes?

IF YES -> Considered a “Positive Screen”. Do not send your child to school. Consult with your healthcare provider on next steps and communicate with your child’s school

IF NO -> Considered a “Negative Screen”. Your child is clear to report to school as normal.


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