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Anderson Valley Unified

Empowering our Students to Succeed!

Covid Reporting

All confirmed positive COVID-19 incidents related to Anderson Valley Unified school sites and offices will be posted to this page.  For the purpose of this dashboard, AVUSD is distinguishing between school-based cases and community-based cases.  Each positive case of students or staff members that have been on campus 48 hours prior to testing positive for Covid-19 will be reported weekly in this dashboard.  Contact tracing will be conducted and each case will be classified as described below.

Suspected School-Based Cases

If contact tracing determines that the positive COVID case may have been contracted at the school site, it will be reported as school-based.

Community-Based Cases

If contact tracing determines that the positive COVID case may have been contracted outside of school, it will be reported as Community-Based.

Undetermined

If contract tracing does not determine the source of exposure, it will be reported as Undetermined.  

Enrollment as of August 18, 2021:

AV Elementary: 231

AV Jr. /Sr.:  215

Rancheria Continuation: 13

Peachland: 20

Questions?

Please contact me at 707-895-3774.

Louise Simson / Superintendent

 

 

 

Reports

Week of August 23, 2021

Anderson Valley Elementary School : 1 student positive (not on school site 48 hours prior)--Community Based Case

Week of August 30, 2021

No confirmed positive cases identified at school sites.

Week of September 13, 2021

Anderson Valley Elementary School 2 student positives--Unknown Origin

Weeky of September 20, 2021

No reported cases in pool-wide testing.

2 cases reported as community spread outside of school setting.

Week of September 27

No reported cases in pool-wide testing.

Week of October 4

No reported cases in pool-wide testing.

Week of October 11

No reported cases in pool -wide testing.

Week of October 18

No reported cases in pool-wide testing.

Week of October 25

No reported cases in pool-wide testing. One reported case on rapid testing.

Week of November 1

No reported cases in pool-wide testing.

Week of November 8

No reported cases in pool-wide testing.

Week of November 15

No reported cases is pool-wide testing.

Week of November 22

No testing conducted due to holiday break.

Week of November 29

No reported cases in pool-wide testing.

Week of December 6

Two reported case in pool-wide testing.

Week of December 13

One case reported in pool-wide testing and three cases of students individually tested with rapid testing.

Pool testing was increased to two times per week post holiday break and rapid tests were also distributed to the community to  monitor health during the return to school.  Positives were a combination of rapid tests from take-home kits, rapid tests from school detected by pool-testing, and sympotomatic positives detected by rapid tests:


Week of January 10:  12 cases

Week of January 17: 27 cases

Week of January 24: 17 cases

Week of January 31: 16 cases

Week of February 6:

1 positive pool identified in pool testing at Elementary School

1 positive pool identified in pool testing at Sr. High School

Week of February 13:

1 positive pool identified in pool and one positive in rapid testing at Elementary School

1 positive pool identified in pool testing at Sr. High School

2 positive pools identified in pool testing at the Elementary School

Week of February 20:

0 cases

Week of February 27:

0 cases

Week of March 3: 

1 positive pool with 5 cases identified

Week of March 10:

1 case

Week of March 17:

1 case

Week of March 24:

2 positive pools

Week of March 31:

2 positive pools

Week of April 7:

2 positive pools

Week of April 14:

Spring Break

Week of April 28:

2 positive pools

Week of May 5:

1 positive pool