Two southwest Valley school districts saw elevated but constant numbers of COVID-19 cases among students and staff during the past week.
Litchfield Elementary School District case count
Litchfield Elementary School District reported 66 weekly COVID-19 cases and 682 total cases since the semester began on Aug. 2.
The school district which serves close to 11,500 elementary and middle school students has also reported 254 active quarantine cases for the week. Last week, 259 people were reported to be in quarantine, according to numbers published Friday, Nov. 12.
The district is seeing slightly fewer COVID cases when compared with last week, when it reported 90 active cases.
Cases by campus
All but two of the district’s 16 campuses are experiencing COVID-19 outbreaks.
A school is said to have an outbreak when two or more students or staff from different households test positive for COVID-19 within a two-week period, according to county health officials.
Click here and scroll to the bottom of the page to view the district’s full COVID-19 dashboard. Cases and quarantine numbers are typically posted every Friday around 3-4 p.m.
Agua Fria Union High School District case count
Agua Fria Union High School District reported 72 cases for the week ending on Nov. 19. Of the reported cases, 67 are students and five are teachers, according to district numbers reported the afternoon of Nov. 19.
Last week, the district reported 62 total COVID-19 cases as of Nov. 12.
Cases by campus
Click here and scroll to “AFUHSD COVID-19 cases” to view the district’s full COVID-19 dashboard. Cases are updated in real-time.
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