CORONAVIRUS: More new cases in Seattle Public Schools this week than last

This week’s report about COVID-19 cases at Seattle Public Schools shows more new cases than the previous week, 70 newly reported among the district’s 90+. schools, up from 45 new cases in last Monday’s update. Here are the school-by-school breakouts for our area, cumulative school-year totals plus the changes from a week earlier:

Denny International Middle School – 21, up 1
Chief Sealth International High School – 20, unchanged
Highland Park Elementary – 13, up 2
Roxhill Elementary – 12, unchanged
Arbor Heights Elementary – 11, up 3
Madison Middle School – 11, up 1
Genesee Hill Elementary – 11, unchanged
Gatewood Elementary – 9, unchanged
Louisa Boren STEM K-8 – 8, up 2
West Seattle Elementary – 8, unchanged
Lafayette Elementary – 8, unchanged
Concord International (Elementary) – 7, up 1
Pathfinder K-8 – 4, up 1
Alki Elementary – 4, up 1
Sanislo Elementary – 4, unchanged
West Seattle High School – 4, unchanged
Fairmount Park Elementary – 3, unchanged
BRIDGES @ Roxhill – 1, unchanged

3 Replies to "CORONAVIRUS: More new cases in Seattle Public Schools this week than last"

  • JJ November 23, 2021 (7:38 am)

    Not so bad. I hope our high vaccination rates will keep cases mild through the holidays. Everyone who is sickā€¦ I hope you get well soon.

  • captkrash November 23, 2021 (4:41 pm)

    This report is interesting. Something that would make it more so would be to add either the student population at each school or a percentage if the student body these new cases are equal to. Thanks!

  • Mj November 23, 2021 (5:58 pm)

    Yes the SD is doing a decent job – it would be nice to see more data such as how many cases have led to hospitalization?  And what percent of the students are vaccinated?  

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