CORONAVIRUS:Rate of new cases in Seattle Public Schools stays steady

This roundup has two weeks of info about COVID-19 cases at Seattle Public Schools, since we skipped one weekly update because of the holiday/conferences-shortened school week. So the count for the past two weeks – since our last update – is 112 cases, slightly below the 115 in the two previous weeks. Here are the school-by-school breakouts for our area, cumulative school-year totals plus the changes from two weeks earlier:

Denny International Middle School – 24, up 3
Chief Sealth International High School – 20, unchanged
Roxhill Elementary – 15, up 3
Arbor Heights Elementary – 13, up 2
Highland Park Elementary – 13, unchanged
Madison Middle School – 11, unchanged
Genesee Hill Elementary – 11, unchanged
Louisa Boren STEM K-8 – 10, up 2
Lafayette Elementary – 10, up 2
Gatewood Elementary – 9, unchanged
Concord International (Elementary) – 8, up 1
West Seattle Elementary – 8, unchanged
West Seattle High School – 6, up 2
Fairmount Park Elementary – 5, up 2
Pathfinder K-8 – 5, up 1
Alki Elementary – 5, up 1
Sanislo Elementary – 4, unchanged
BRIDGES @ Roxhill – 1, unchanged

4 Replies to "CORONAVIRUS:Rate of new cases in Seattle Public Schools stays steady"

  • JJ December 7, 2021 (6:50 am)

    Thanks for these updates.

  • mem December 7, 2021 (8:17 am)

    Curious…do they do contact tracing/ notification for the families? Would seem a daunting task. But looking at these figure, everyone involved- students, teachers, administration and parents should be applauded. The cases are quite low.

  • anonyme December 7, 2021 (10:04 am)

    I applaud the kids themselves, who have adhered to masking requirements far better than their parents.  Whenever I’m out walking, I see kids walking solo, fully masked even though they don’t really need to be and no one is watching.  They’re just doing the right thing, all on their own.  It is only when I see kids like these, as well as brave and honest activists like Greta Thunberg at work, that I actually have hope.  It’s the rest of us – millennials through boomers, not lifting a finger for change – who need to be taken to task for trashing the world that will be left to these kids.

    • momosmom December 7, 2021 (10:30 am)

      I agree. Yesterday when leaving the Chiropractor Summit school had just let out and everyone of those kids, young adults had their masks on and had them on properly a Big thumbs up to all of them!!!

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