Current COVID-19 Statistics
|Current confirmed cases||# of students/staff currently quarantined*||Total number of confirmed cases during 2020-2021 school year|
|*"Quarantined" refers to those required to do so by the local health department.|
|**"Other" refers to those not assigned to a specific building (District Office staff, maintenance staff, bus drivers, etc.)|
|Last updated: 9/25/2020 5:22 am|
This chart is updated weekly, on Fridays, or more frequently if needed.
What happens if a student or staff member is confirmed to have COVID-19?
Great Oaks staff members follow a routine that's designed to keep students and staff safe. That includes:
- Working with the county health department to identify any students, staff or visitors who have had close contact with the person who tests positive. "Close contact" means being within 6 feet of the person, with or without a mask, for 10 minutes or more during the infectious period. Great Oaks and the health department will work together to notify those who had close contact, and they may be asked to quarantine for a period of time. Great Oaks and the health department will work together to notify those who had close contact, and they may be asked to quarantine for a period of time. It’s possible that no one on campus will be quarantined, if the person with COVID-19 was not on campus during the infectious period.
- Additional cleaning and sanitizing of all potentially affected areas.
- A call or email to all families and staff members of the campus. Only those who have had close contact may need to quarantine, but we want all to be aware of the situation.
PLEASE NOTE: To protect the privacy and medical information of all, no personal information may be shared about the person with COVID-19. This means we may not be able to identify the program or class, or even whether the person is a student, staff member, or visitor.
We appreciate that our students, staff and visitors follow healthy practices! Remember,
- Wear a mask or face covering, and wear it properly covering mouth and nose.
- Keep social distance of six feet or more from others whenever possible.
- Wash hands frequently for 20 seconds or more, and use hand sanitizer.
Let us know!
Parents are asked to report confirmed cases of COVID-19 to the school.
To report the information, contact
Adult Education: Julie Woodward, Director 513.771.8881 or email@example.com
The student's personal information is kept confidential.
Great Oaks students and staff are taking precautions!