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CUSD COVID-19 Dashboard

The Claremont Unified School District (CUSD) remains committed to providing accurate and transparent information regarding COVID-19 cases on campus, while also maintaining confidentiality for our students, families, and staff.

The District has created a COVID-19 dashboard reflecting confirmed positive cases among district students and staff on our campuses (in-person instruction and sports-related only).  The dashboard will be updated as case counts or student enrollment/staffing numbers change.

The dashboard also provides information about the District’s communication process, family and staff reporting requirements, and information about how families and students can limit the spread of COVID-19.

In addition to the updated information on the dashboard, school principals or staff will also communicate about new cases directly to their school communities.

The Dashboard is updated as information becomes available.

As of 10/23/2021 2:30 PM           

School/Location      

Enrollment                 Confirmed      Cases      # of positive cases connected to school exposure
Chaparral 621 4 0
Condit 690 18 6
Mountain View 435 5 0
Oakmont 277 4 0
Sumner Danbury 457 12 0
Sycamore 400 1 0
Vista del Valle 327 8 0
El Roble IS 1013 7 0
                          ER Sports-Related                                                  0  
Claremont HS 2362 40 14
                       CHS Sports-Related   15  
San Antonio HS 44 0 0

 

Identification & Contact Tracing

Schools will provide communication systems that allow staff and families to self-report symptoms and receive prompt notifications of exposures and closures while maintaining confidentiality, as required by federal and state privacy laws.

The principal or supervisor will inform the district health coordinator of any confirmed COVID-19 student or staff cases.  The school nurse or Health Coordinator will report all cases to the Department of Public Health and the COVID-19 Compliance Team will work to identify anyone who may have had close contact with the ill individual.  Notification of exposure and instructions for home quarantine will be sent to all close contacts. 

When a school or classroom outbreak occurs, the District will offer COVID-19 testing for all affected students and staff. The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) defines an outbreak as "at least three probable or confirmed COVID-19 cases within a 14-day period in people who are epidemiologically linked in the setting, from different households, and not identified as close contacts of each other in any other case investigation."