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About the COVID-19 Dashboard

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Understanding ESD and School COVID-19 Dashboard Charts

Evergreen School District's COVID-19 Dashboard is updated daily and tracks positive and suspected COVID cases occurring at each site. 


Charts and Metrics 

Positive Cases is the number of COVID cases confirmed by a positive test result.

Suspected Cases are recorded when individuals (students and staff) miss school due to COVID-like symptoms (not due to confirmed alternative diagnosis by a healthcare provider) or individuals who choose not to test.

Positive and Suspected Cases Last 14 Days (Line Chart) displays rolling data for the past 14 days. Each point on the line chart corresponds to the day the positive test occurred, or onset of symptoms (whichever comes first).

14-day Positive Case Rate is a percentage calculated from the total number of positive cases from the last 14 days divided by the total population at the site.

14-day Positive + Suspected Case Rate is a percentage calculated from the total number of positive plus suspected cases from the last 14 days divided by the total population at the site. This metric is an indicator of the current COVID-19 case level at the site:
 
low,
 
medium, or
 
high
.


Weekly COVID-19 Table shows all COVID-19 positive and suspected cases at our schools sites and offices since data has been collected. The chart shows weekly data (Monday through Sunday) for staff and students.

 


Actions to take when case rates are low, medium, and high

When case rates are low

Less than 3.0%
  • Stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines.
  • Get tested if you have symptoms.
  • Mask wearing is strongly recommended.
  • People with symptoms, a positive test, or exposure to someone with COVID-19 should wear a mask.

When case rates are medium

3.0% - 4.99%
 

When case rates are high

5.0% or above
  • Stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines.
  • Get tested if you have symptoms.
  • Mask wearing is strongly recommended in all settings.
  • If you are at high risk for severe illness, consider taking additional precautions.
  • County Public Health will be formally notified at 5%, 10%, and 15% threshold of suspected plus confirmed cases reported over a 14 day period and may recommend additional safety strategies or actions.
  • Additional site mitigation may be determined and implemented.