November 25, 2020 Lynnville-Sully Data Update

posted Nov 18, 2020, 2:04 PM by Webmaster lynnville-sully   [ updated Nov 25, 2020, 9:27 AM ]

L-S Community,

 

At this time, data indicates continuing face-to-face instruction in each building. District data will be shared three times a week (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday) with families, staff, and the community.

 

November 25, 2020 Lynnville-Sully Data Update:

  • Jasper County 14-Day Positivity Rate: 18.0%
  • K-12 Absence Rate: 2.4%
  • K-5 Absence Rate: 0.9%
    • Number of Positive COVID K-5 Student Cases: 0
  • 6-8 Absence Rate: 3.8%
    • Number of Positive COVID 6-8 Student Cases: 0
  • 9-12 Absence Rate: 3.5%
    • Number of Positive COVID 9-12 Student Cases: *Less than 6
  • Number of Positive COVID K-12 Staff Cases: 0
  • K-12 Staff Quarantined: 2
  • K-12 Students Quarantined: 21      

* Due to confidentiality guidance outlined by the Iowa Department of Education and Iowa Department of Public Health, any level with less than six cases cannot be identified to protect the identity of individual students or staff. Zeros may be shared with the public.

 

REMINDER: When excusing a sick child from school, please be very specific about their symptoms.  Face-to-face, hybrid, or virtual learning depends on understanding whether or not the sickness is related to COVID-19 or other contagious/infectious illnesses.  We review multiple data points on a daily basis to evaluate the safest learning option for students and staff.

 

Shane Ehresman, Superintendent


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L-S Community,

 

At this time, data indicates continuing face-to-face instruction in each building. District data will be shared three times a week (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday) with families, staff, and the community.

 

November 23, 2020 Lynnville-Sully Data Analysis:

  • Jasper County 14-Day Positivity Rate: 19.2%
  • K-12 Absence Rate: 1.8%
  • K-5 Absence Rate: 0.9%.
    • Number of Positive COVID K-5 Student Cases: 0
  • 6-8 Absence Rate: 1.9%
    • Number of Positive COVID 6-8 Student Cases: 0
  • 9-12 Absence Rate: 3.5%
    • Number of Positive COVID 9-12 Student Cases: *Less than 6
  • Number of Positive COVID K-12 Staff Cases: 0
  • K-12 Staff Quarantined: 1
  • K-12 Students Quarantined: 30

* Due to confidentiality guidance outlined by the Iowa Department of Education and Iowa Department of Public Health, any level with less than six cases cannot be identified to protect the identity of individual students or staff. Zeros may be shared with the public.

 

REMINDER: When excusing a sick child from school, please be very specific about their symptoms.  Face-to-face, hybrid, or virtual learning depends on understanding whether or not the sickness is related to COVID-19.  We review multiple data points on a daily basis to evaluate the safest learning option for students and staff.

 

Shane Ehresman, Superintendent


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November 20, 2020


L-S Community,

 

At this time, data indicates continuing face-to-face instruction in each building. District data will be shared three times a week (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday) with families, staff, and the community.

 

November 20, 2020 Lynnville-Sully Data Analysis:

  • Jasper County 14-Day Positivity Rate: 20.2%
  • K-12 Absence Rate: 2.2%
  • K-5 Absence Rate: 0.9%.
    • Number of Positive COVID K-5 Student Cases: *Less than 6
  • 6-8 Absence Rate: 4.7%
    • Number of Positive COVID 6-8 Student Cases: 0
  • 9-12 Absence Rate: 2.3%
    • Number of Positive COVID 9-12 Student Cases: *Less than 6
  • Number of Positive COVID K-12 Staff Cases: *Less than 6
  • K-12 Staff Quarantined: 1
  • K-12 Students Quarantined: 45

* Due to confidentiality guidance outlined by the Iowa Department of Education and Iowa Department of Public Health, any level with less than six cases cannot be identified to protect the identity of individual students or staff. Zeros may be shared with the public.

 

NOTE: When excusing a sick child from school, please be very specific about their symptoms.  Face-to-face, hybrid, or virtual learning depends on understanding whether or not the sickness is related to COVID-19.  We review multiple data points on a daily basis to evaluate the safest learning option for students and staff.

 

Shane Ehresman, Superintendent


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November 18, 2020


L-S Community,

 

In response to family and staff feedback, the school district will report COVID-19 numbers more than once a week COVID-19 numbers. The district will share data three times a week (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday). At this time, our data indicates continuing face-to-face instruction in each building.

 

Even though the absence rate at the middle school is 10.4% (11 absent students), there are very few positive student cases and zero staff cases. Most middle school student sickness are not related to COVID-19. 

 

NOTE: When excusing a sick child from school, please be very specific about their symptoms.  Face-to-face, hybrid, or virtual learning depends on understanding whether or not the sickness is related to COVID-19.  We review multiple data points on a daily basis to evaluate the safest learning option for students and staff.

 

November 18, 2020 Lynnville-Sully Data Analysis:

  • Jasper County Positivity Rate: 21.1%
  • K-12 Absence Rate: 3.8%
  • K-5 Absence Rate: 0.9%.
    • Number of Positive COVID K-5 Student Cases: *Less than 6
  • 6-8 Absence Rate: 10.4%
    • Number of Positive COVID 6-8 Student Cases: *Less than 6
  • 9-12 Absence Rate: 3.5%
    • Number of Positive COVID 9-12 Student Cases: *Less than 6
  • Number of Positive COVID K-12 Staff Cases: 0
  • K-12 Staff Quarantined: 0
  • K-12 Students Quarantined: 57

* Due to confidentiality guidance outlined by the Iowa Department of Education and Iowa Department of Public Health, any level with less than six cases cannot be identified to protect the identity of individual students or staff. Zeros may be shared with the public.


Shane Ehresman, Superintendent



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