Road to Return Decision Dashboard

Each week, DCSD tracks and publishes key metrics from the Tri-County Health Department, as well as internal metrics (i.e., number of DCSD staff and students with positive COVID test, and the number of DCSD staff and students currently under quarantine. Each key metric is assigned a score indicating Low - High risk. The rating is tracked over time and must represent a sustained change (7-14 days) to consider a change in DCSD’s current attendance model. 

Decision Dashboard

DCSD Road to Return Decision Dashboard Ratings

(following the initial posting on September 15, 2020, ratings will be posted each Friday by 3:00 p.m.)

September 25, 2020 12 (view metrics used to determine score)
September 18, 2020 15 (view metrics used to determine score)
September 15, 2020    11* (view metrics used to determine score)
*Not all data was scored for the September 15 rating.      

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