• CVSD Reporting Dashboard

    CVSD is committed to keeping the community informed as students and staff head back to school for the 2021-22 school year.  We recognize that communication is vital during this uncertain time and are committed to providing our community with accurate and up-to-date information, while also adhering to laws that prohibit the release of confidential information and protect the privacy of our students and staff.

     

    Cumulative Data from the 2020-2021 School Year

    • Total Tested: 4684
    • Tested Negative: 4627
    • Tested Positive: 57

     


  • Total Tested 2500
  • Tested Negative 2411
  • Tested Positive 89
  • Active Cases 10
  • CVSD Cumulative Report 2021-2022

    (students and staff)

    The Champlain Valley School District welcomes approximately 3,500 students and 900 staff in-person each week.

    Our dashboard, like that of the Agency of Education, reflects when someone with COVID-19 was at a K-12 learning community location while infectious, which means there were opportunities to spread the virus to others in the learning community.

    People in the learning community with COVID-19 who were not at school during their infectious period are NOT included. In these cases, someone may have been exposed to the virus either in or outside of school, but there would NOT have been an opportunity to spread the virus to other people in the learning community

    Vermont Agency of Education COVID-19 Cases in Schools While Infectious

     

    Data is usually updated on Thursdays each week. Data collection began for the 2021-2022 school year on September 2, 2021.

    Last update: November 18, 2021 3:40 pm

     


  • Tests Conducted 859
  • Negative Antigen Tests 855
  • Positive Antigen Tests 4
  • Positivity Rate 0.5%
  • Test to Stay 

    The numbers above represent cumulative data about Test to Stay. CVSD began implementing the Test to Stay program on November 1, 2021. We will update this data along with the other dashboard data once a week. 

    Please note: students must be enrolled in the Test to Stay program to participate. Please see this information about registering your child(ren) and providing consent. 

    Students engaged in Test to Stay should quarantine when not in the school building. This is critical to the success of the program and the health and safety of all. 

     


  • Positive COVID-19 Cases

     

    Building New Cases Week Ending 11/18/21 Cumulative Cases
    Charlotte Central School 0 1
    Champlain Valley Union High School 1 10
    Hinesburg Community School 3 7
    Shelburne Community School 0 11
    Williston Schools 6 60