COVID Dashboard

SANTEE SCHOOL DISTRICT 
COVID-19 CASES

Revised:  April 12, 2021 at 6:40 am



Dashboard

 Criteria  Target Met
Target
 Week 1:
03/14/2021
 Week 2:
03/21/2021
  Week 3:
03/28/2021
Santee Zip Code Case Rate

03/27/2021:  6.40
  Case Rate is less than or equal to 10.0 for three consecutive weeks

Santee School District Case Rate

04/03/2021:  1.96
  Case Rate is less than or equal to 10.0 for three consecutive weeks      
All Schools Have Remained Open
All schools have remained open for in-person learning for the past three weeks
     
Vaccinations Available for Staff
  Phase 1B-Tier 1 vaccinations available for three weeks
     

 

EMPLOYEES

STUDENTS

Employee

 

student

 

 839

Total number of
Employees

5,411

Total number of
 In-Person Students
(as of Friday, April 9)

Negative Cases

 

0

Active cases in 
Employees

0.00% of Employees

4

Active cases in
In-Person Students

Equates to 0.074% of the Student population




ACTIVE CASES

Site

Active Cases

Cajon Park School

0

Carlton Hills School

0

Carlton Oaks School

0

Chet F. Harritt School

0

Hill Creek School

1

Pepper Drive School

0

PRIDE Academy

1

Rio Seco School

1

Sycamore Canyon

0

Santee Success Program

1

Santee School District Off-Site Employees

0

Please note:  The Dashboard will no longer reflect students that tested positive during an extended, in-home quarantine and were not deemed an infected person while on campus. 


The purpose of this data is to provide our Santee School District families and staff with a transparent summary of on-site active COVID-19 cases. An active case indicates that a student or staff member participating in on-site activities has tested positive for an active COVID-19 infection.

Individuals who test positive are excluded from participation in any in-person/on-site activity and are required to quarantine according to the protocol established by the San Diego County Department of Health. Once the case is cleared to return, the case will be removed from active status and the dashboard will be updated.  Please note:  The dashboard will only be updated with a status change.

We have guidelines (noted on pages 78-79 of our SAFE AT SCHOOL Re-Opening Plan) for implementing a quarantine for a classroom, school, or the district and we plan to follow these guidelines until further notice.

Class: a class will be closed for in-person learning, and individuals in the class sent home to self-quarantine until they meet the Return to School/Work Criteria, if a student or teacher in the class tests positive for COVID-19, as determined by consultation with the County Public Health Officer. A class may also be closed for other reasons if the District Superintendent determines that conditions warrant closing a class.

School**: a school will be closed for in-person learning, and students and staff of the school sent home to self-quarantine until they meet the Return to School/Work Criteria, whenever any of the following events occur and as advised by the County Public Health Officer:

Within a 14 day period, there are three (3) or more confirmed or probable cases of staff or students, from different households and who are not contacts of each other in any other investigational setting, testing positive (“Outbreak”) in each of at least 25% of the school’s stable cohort groups.  The table below outlines the thresholds for each school:

 

 

School Closure Criteria

School

Number of

School Cohorts

Number of Cohort Outbreaks Requiring School Closure

(25% of School Cohorts)

Minimum Positive Cases,
Per School

(3 or more cases in 25% of school cohorts)

Cajon Park

66

17

51

Carlton Hills

52

13

39

Carlton Oaks

61

15

45

Chet F. Harritt

43

11

33

Hill Creek

54

14

42

PRIDE Academy

50

13

39

Pepper Drive

57

14

42

Rio Seco

74

19

57

Sycamore Canyon

33

8

24


District
: all District schools will be closed when at least 25% of the District’s schools (three [3]) have closed due to confirmed cases of COVID-19 within the last 14 days, as determined by consultation with the County Public Health Officer, or when otherwise deemed appropriate by the District Superintendent.

**School closure criteria was updated by the California Department of Public Health on 01/14/2021.