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COVID 19 Dashboard

PCOE/PUSD COVID-19 Positive Cases Dashboard 

The Plumas Unified School District is committed to providing accurate and transparent information regarding COVID-19 cases on our campuses, while maintaining the privacy and confidentiality for our students and staff. The dashboard will be updated each Friday to include data for CONFIRMED newly reported COVID-19 cases from Plumas County Public Health Agency. For more information on COVID-19 protocols, please review our Cal/OSHA Prevention Program (CPP) and IIPP/COVID Health and Safety Plan. Data on this dashboard is reflective of CONFIRMED cases of COVID-19 for PCOE/PUSD schools. These numbers do not reflect if transmission occurred at school or in the community, although a majority of cases are community-based transmission.  Last Update:  November 19, 2021

Date

CRC

PJSHS

Pio

Alder

QJSHS

PCCS

CES

CJSHS

TES

D.O. - 

Itinerant

Bus Barn

Current week active cases

11/15 - 11/19

4

0

1

1

0

0

1

1

0

0

0

Updated data through 11/19/21

17

19

22

33

72

0

16

24

3

4-1

1

For the purposes of this dashboard please note the following:

  • The Plumas Unified School District (PUSD) is reporting all positive CONFIRMED cases. 
  • Our procedure is to notify families when there is a positive case in the child's grade level.
  • If you or your child are considered a close contact, you will be notified separately.
  • During the school year, the dashboard will be updated as new information is received. 
  • All cases are confidential. Information regarding individuals with COVID-19 symptoms, close contacts with someone who is COVID-19 positive, or individuals who have tested positive for the coronavirus, is sensitive, confidential information. Names will not be released.
  • If you have any specific questions, please contact your school site's office.
  • Safety mitigations include:
    • vaccinating staff and students
    • masking guidelines
    • quarantine and isolation
    • COVID testing resources
    • suspend extra-curricular activities including athletic competitions, if necessary
    • cafeteria - designated seating charts to allow for contact tracing, eating outdoors when possible, open windows, seating as far apart as possible, and limited time seating in the cafeteria
    • use of air scrubbers in classrooms and cafeteria