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CVSD Covid Dashboard

Updated October 23, 2020
 
The table below provides the following information:
  • Positive COVID-19 cases within the last 14 days.
  • The current number of close contacts, defined as those who spent 15 minutes or more within close contact less than 6 foot apart.
  • Notes regarding each building's current status (e.g., closed for deep cleaning) *NOTE: a blank status indicates that the building is open as normal. 
  • The table is updated daily.
~ Indicates a person was located in multiple buildings and partially in the building indicated. 
 
Questions? Please email communications@cvsd.org. (This table is best viewed on a laptop or monitor.)

 

Confirmed Cases (past 14 days)

Close Contacts

Building Status

Elementary

Adams

 

 

 

Broadway

 

1

 

Chester

 6 

 

Greenacres

12

 

Liberty Creek

         

 

 

Liberty Lake

 

1

 

McDonald

 

 

 

Opportunity

 17 

 

Ponderosa

 

1

 

Progress

 

2

 

Riverbend

 

1

 

South Pines

 

 1 

 

Sunrise

 

1

 

University

 

 

 

Middle Schools

Bowdish

 

 

 

Evergreen

 

 

 

Greenacres

 

 

 

Horizon

 

 

 

North Pines

 

 

 

Selkirk

 

 

 

High Schools

Central Valley

14

 

Mica Peak

 

 

 

SVT

 

 

 

University

 14

 

Learning Centers & District Office

ELC

 

1

 

CVVL

 

 

 

District Office

 

 1 

 

Summit

 

 

 

SVLA

 

 

 

The individual(s) who tested positive is(are) safely isolating at home. The Spokane Regional Health District is informed and close contacts of the individual have been given guidance and advised of precautions that should be taken.

 

Anyone who has not been directly contacted, but is concerned about possible exposure, should visit Washington Department of Health's What to do if you were potentially exposed to someone with confirmed coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

 

CVSD has strict closure, cleaning protocols and safety precautions in place. The safety and well-being of our students and staff members is always our highest priority.

 

COVID-19 is a virus that can be spread by everyone at all ages, even without being ill or manifesting any known symptoms. As such, and as we strive to continue to provide continuity in the education of our students, we encourage everyone to consistently continue to observe the following precautions, even when feeling great, to help reduce the spread of COVID-19:

  • Wear a cloth face covering when around others
  • Maintain safe physical distance from others
  • Wash hands and use hand sanitizer frequently
  • Monitor your body temperature
  • Stay home if you are sick, even with mild symptoms