DCSD COVID Tracker

DCSD COVID Tracker

Our data reflects reported positive COVID cases and may not reflect exactly what is happening in the entire school district. Our data does not account for individuals who have been exposed outside of the school district or individuals who choose not to report.

Internal Metrics

DCSD COVID Outbreaks

(scroll down or click here to view the full DCSD COVID Tracker)

According to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE), an outbreak is defined as five or more confirmed or probable cases in a facility or (non-household) group with onset in a 14-day period. Outbreak status is determined by the Tri-County Health Department and when an outbreak occurs, some students may be required to quarantine.

The outbreak lists below do not include DCSD charter schools as they track their own COVID cases.

DCSD Outbreaks Week of 10/15/21

  • Highlands Ranch High School - (outbreak declared 10/14/21).
    • Eight students, multiple classrooms.
  • Northeast Elementary - (outbreak declared 10/14/21).
    • Two fifth-grade classrooms.
  • Eagle Ridge Elementary BASE - (outbreak declared 10/14/21).
  • Fox Creek Elementary - (outbreak declared 10/13/21).
    •  Fifth-grade (contact tracing still in progress)
  • Mammoth Heights Elementary- 7 positive cases (outbreak declared 10/12/21).
    • All sixth-grade classrooms.

DCSD Outbreaks Week of 10/8/21

  • No new outbreaks this week

DCSD Outbreaks Week of 10/1/21

  • Pine Grove Elementary- 16 positive cases (outbreak declared 9/27/21).
    • 14 fifth-grade students and 2 fifth-grade teachers quarantined.

DCSD Outbreaks Week of 9/24/21

  • Rocky Heights Middle School - 8 positive cases (outbreak declared 9/20/21).
    • 14 students quarantined.

DCSD Outbreaks Week of 9/17/21

  • No new outbreaks this week
DCSD Outbreaks Week of 9/10/21
  • Heritage Elementary - 8 students positive (outbreak declared 9/8/21).
    • One first-grade classroom moved to remote learning.

  • Stone Mountain Elementary - 5 students positive (outbreak declared 9/8/21)
    • One sixth-grade classroom moved to remote learning.

  • Chaparral High School - 31 students and 2 staff members positive (outbreak declared 9/3/21)
    • 31 students and 2 staff members moved to remote learning.



DCSD COVID Tracker


This data tool reflects reported positive COVID cases in DCSD schools. If your child's school does not appear in the location drop down box, that means the school has not had any reported positive cases within the date range selected. The default date range is 14 days.

Charter schools are not reflected in the data. Please contact individual charter schools for information about their COVID cases.

How To Use:
  • Select a Date Range to see all cases between certain dates.
  • Use the Feeder dropdown to see all cases within on or more feeder areas.
  • Select a Population to view cases in staff members, students, or both.
  • Select a Location to view cases by school. If your child's school does not appear in the location drop down box, that means the school has not had any reported positive cases.

Click here to open the Interactive Data Dashboard in a new window (recommended for mobile and tablet viewing)

 


Additional Information

 
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Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment
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