Naperville 203 COVID-19 Dashboard
With the completion of the 2020-2021 school year, Naperville 203 will pause updating the COVID-19 Dashboard.
COVID Positive Cases in Naperville 203
Reflects cases reported to D203 by individuals.
Quarantining in Naperville 203
Quarantine data encompasses a variety of factors including:
- Close contact exposure both at school and outside of school (close contact and quarantine FAQs)
- Quarantining based on a member of their household being a close contact (for example a parent being a close contact)
- Individuals adhering to travel guidance and quarantining post-vacation/trip
- Families choosing not to send students to school
*reflects the number of students who began quarantine in the identified week.
*reflects the number of staff who began quarantine in the identified week.
Individuals Participating in Surveillance Testing
Staff only 1.25.21. Students added 2.1.21.
Surveillance Testing: Total Referrals for COVID-19 Testing
Rolling Average COVID-19 Positivity Rate (7 Day)
New Cases Per 100,000 (7 day)
Protocols for when a case is reported:
Whenever a positive case is reported, the District collaborates with the DuPage County Health Department to promptly identify and monitor individuals who have had recent contact with the COVID-19 positive individual(s) to prevent further spread within our school and community. Here is what happens:
- Any individuals who have been in close contact (less than 6 feet away for greater than 15 minutes in a 48-hour period) with an individual that has tested positive for COVID-19 will receive a phone call and a letter/email with resources and next steps.
- An email/letter will be provided to any individual who was in limited contact (Inside for a prolonged period of time, without close contact) with the positive individual asking them to carefully monitor for symptoms and keep us posted if their health status changes.
If you do not receive the above notifications, then you were not identified as being either an individual with close contact or limited contact.
The health and safety of students and staff is our highest priority, and we recognize the uncertainty and concern regarding the evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic as well as the stress around remote learning. We are following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as state and local health departments for best practices and procedures to protect everyone’s health, including:
- Placing staff members and students who are identified as having close contact with the COVID-19 case(s) in quarantine for 14 days.
- Ongoing self-monitoring by students and staff for signs and symptoms of illness and evaluation of illness reported promptly to identify possible outbreaks.
- Conducting a deep clean and disinfection of the areas impacted by potential exposure to the COVID-19 virus.
As always, everyone should monitor their health and stay at home if they develop symptoms. Sick persons should contact their health care provider to determine if testing is needed. Anyone who develops severe symptoms is encouraged to seek medical care immediately.