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View the new vaccine requirements and masking and health procedures for the start of the 2021-22 school year.

COVID-19 Dashboard

Denver County Data

Metro Denver Partnership for Health has identified a number of different indicators that districts can use in consultation with their local health departments to determine what is best for each community while the state is under a Safer at Home order. For DPS, these indicators provide critical input on planning for safe and gradual return to in-person learning:

Data updated daily Monday-Friday.

DPS Data

We value transparency and want to share with our community information related to COVID-19 cases that are impacting our community. The DPS data in the COVID-19 Dashboard provides the following information:

Data updated daily Monday-Friday.

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Denver County Data

Data from Denver Public Health. Click on the numbers below for more details.

 

About Monitoring Indicators

If any indicators are in yellow, DPS will continue to monitor the situation in consultation with Denver Health officials to ensure that any plans for a safe and gradual return to in-person learning continue to be grounded in health and safety.  If any of these indicators move to red, DPS will develop a plan with Denver Health officials for the next steps needed to keep our students and staff safe.

This indicator shows how likely the virus is to be transmitted from the community into our schools. It measures the number of positive cases per 100,000 people in Denver County in the past 14 days.

This rate helps us track whether the testing being done is enough to measure the true magnitude of infection, and understand if rising rates of positive tests are the result of more people taking tests overall – or of actual increases in coronavirus transmission in our community. It measures the percentage of positive PCR tests (the CDC’s current “gold standard” COVID-19 test) in Denver County.

June 10, 2021 Summary

Updated 6/11/21.

 

Current DPS Staff Data

Includes DPS, charter and remote staff. Click on the numbers below for more details.

 

Current DPS Student Data

Includes DPS, charter and remote students. Click on the numbers below for more details.

 

Schools & Buildings Currently Impacted

Includes both DPS and charter schools.

 

Positive Cases

Location (Only buildings with active cases are listed)Total CasesIn-person CasesRemote
International Academy of Denver at Harrington110
John F. Kennedy High School (JFK)220
Montclair Elementary School110
Slavens K-8 School330
Summit Academy HS110

Moved to Remote

Location (*Operational Closure)

Current, confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 are reported to us directly from students, staff, the local public health department, health care providers, or through our free COVID-19 testing for staff. Positive cases of COVID-19 are no longer considered current cases after 10 days. Since this data reflects information provided, it may include employees who are working remotely or students who are part of the virtual program.

Current, confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 are reported to us directly from students, staff, the local public health department, health care providers, or through our free COVID-19 testing for staff. Positive cases of COVID-19 are no longer considered current cases after 10 days. Since this data reflects information provided, it may include employees who are working remotely or students who are part of the virtual program.

Estimated percent of positive cases refers to the current estimated percentage of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 out of our total staff or student population.

Estimated percent of positive cases refers to the current estimated percentage of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 out of our total staff or student population.

In quarantine refers to the number of individuals currently quarantined due to potential exposure with a positive case of COVID-19 among DPS staff or students. This number does not reflect quarantines among staff or students who may have come into contact with COVID-19 outside of DPS. Quarantines are no longer considered current after 14 days from the first day of known potential exposure to a positive case of COVID-19.