New Public School COVID Report Card Lists Specifics for NY Districts
There should be fewer questions about who has tested positive in a school district for the coronavirus with a new reporting tool in New York.
The state has launched a new COVID report card for every school district in the state that includes, not only the district report, but the results of lab testing breaking down the number of students and staff on-site or off-site that has tested positive and in what specific school building in the district that there has been a confirmed case as well as the current teaching module, whether in-person or remote, and the information for neighboring districts.
The information is at schoolcovidreportcard.health.ny.gov. Click on public schools and type in your district or specific school name.
September 25, the page shows Binghamton City Schools had one positive staff result each at Calvin Coolidge and Theodore Roosevelt schools. Chenango Valley had a positive off-site student result for Chenango Bridge Elementary and one positive on-site and one positive off-site student result at Port Dickinson Elementary.
Johnson City had one positive for a teacher or staff member. Vestal High School had two positive student tests. And Susquehanna Valley had one positive High School staff result. Other districts checked showed no positive tests.