COVID-19

Dysart district COVID cases relatively steady at 111

Jan. 12 report down 1 from Jan. 5

Posted 1/13/21

In its update of the documented COVID-19 cases at its schools released Tuesday, Jan. 12, the Dysart Unified School District reported 111 cases.

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COVID-19

Dysart district COVID cases relatively steady at 111

Jan. 12 report down 1 from Jan. 5

Posted

In its update of the documented COVID-19 cases at its schools released Tuesday, Jan. 12, the Dysart Unified School District reported 111 cases.

In contrast, the district reported 112 cases Jan. 5.

Here are the cases as of Jan. 12, listed by the highest number to lowest followed by the campus:
• 21 - Valley Vista High School
• 16 - Shadow Ridge High School
• 14 - Dysart High School
• 11 - Willow Canyon High School
• 5 - Rancho Gabriela and Sonoran Heights elementaries
• 4 - District facilities, Cimarron Springs and El Mirage elementaries 
• 3 - Ashton Ranch, Canyon Ridge, Marley Park, Mountain View,  Riverview and Sunset Hills elementaries
• 2 - Dysart, Surprise and Western Peaks elementaries
• 1 - Countryside, Freedom Traditional,  and West Point elementaries

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