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Laveen School District COVID Data Dashboard

The safety and well-being of Laveen students and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic is our top priority. We continue to base decisions regarding the safety of on-site learning on public health data as shared by the Maricopa County Department of Public Health. We believe that our families should also have access to this very important data and have developed this dashboard to provide weekly information related to COVID-19 cases in our schools and the broader community.

We are providing a summary of confirmed COVID-19 cases by school. The numbers in the table below represent confirmed COVID-19 cases that have been reported to MCDPH and Laveen Schools since August 2. Any person (student or staff member) who tests positive for COVID-19 must be excluded from the facility until they have completed the isolation period outlined in the MCDPH Home Isolation GuidanceOnce the isolation period is completed, and the individual returns to school, it will be considered recovered and moved to the last column. This information will be updated daily.

School Population
Students & Staff
Confirmed
Active
Cases
Percent
Active
Recovered
Cases
Cheatham 916 0 0.00%  17
Desert Meadows 883 4 0.45%  17
Estrella Foothills 404 1 0.25% 2
Laveen School 874 0 0.00% 26
M.C. Cash 908 0 0.00% 14
Paseo Pointe 1,067 2 0.19% 22
Rogers Ranch 1,132 1 0.09% 21
Trailside Point 1,078 1 0.09% 17
Vista del Sur 845 1 0.12% 41
Laveen Education Center  104 1 0.96% 3

Updated 9/22/21

Close Contacts

If a student or staff member tests positive for COVID-19, all persons that have been “close contact” with the positive individual will be notified by the Laveen School District. A “close contact” is defined by the Centers for Disease Control as a person being within six feet for a continual ten to fifteen-minute duration.  Any student considered to be in close contact with the positive individual is required to quarantine for 7-10 days from exposure date per MCDPH guidance, unless the infected student and the close contact were both masked (per CDC guidance). All students and staff will be notified when a positive case occurs at their school. HIPAA guidelines prohibit the Laveen School District and MCDPH from personally identifying those who have tested positive for COVID-19.

Transition to Virtual Learning Guidelines

All decisions to transition to virtual learning are made by the COVID Response Team in consultation with the Maricopa County Department of Public Health.

Please review our Family Handbook for In-Person Instruction for more information regarding our mitigation strategies and notification procedures.