• TTSD Covid-19 Dashboard 
    In our commitment to keeping our community informed, the TTSD COVID-19 Dashboard will provide weekly data regarding
    positive cases of COVID-19 in our school as well as the number of individuals in quarantined due to exposure. The Dashboard shows weekly cases and will be updated every Friday afternoon. The numbers reported represent cases starting Saturday.
    through Friday. 

    Please note: Individual health data is confidential and will not be released. TTSD school officials will communicate responsibly to their families whenever there is an exposure in their buildings. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to your school.


    Data from June 13, 2022 to June 16, 2022

  • 36

    Student Positive Cases
    Week of 6/6: Student Positive Cases = 79
    Week of 6/3: Student Positive Cases = 96
    Week of 5/23: Student Positive Cases = 141
    Week of 5/16: Student Positive Cases = 114
  • 15

    Staff Positive Cases
    Week of 6/6: Staff Positive Cases = 29
    Week of 6/3: Staff Positive Cases = 29
    Week of 5/23: Staff Positive Cases = 29
    Week of 5/16: Staff Positive Cases = 29

Data by School

Student Data by School
  • Key Terms

    Positive Case: A person who has tested positive for COVID-19.

    Presumptive Positive: A presumptive positive refers to a close contact of a confirmed case who is exhibiting symptoms but has not been formally tested.

    Isolation: Isolation relates to individuals who have tested positive or are presumptive positive for COVID-19 and should stay away from family members and others to avoid spreading the virus.

    Quarantine: Quarantine is the period of time someone who has been exposed to a positive or presumptive case of COVID-19 needs to stay home and avoid contact with the community. TTSD requires 10 days for close contacts to quarantine. Quarantine is necessary due to the risk of infection that causes COVID-19. Symptoms can take up to 14 days to show up, yet an individual may not show symptoms and still spread the virus. 

    Close Contact: Individuals who were within 6 feet of an infected person for an accumulative 15 minutes or more within 24 hours starting from 2 days before the onset of illness. 

    On-Site Exposure: COVID-19 contracted inside of school. 

    Off-Site Exposure: COVID-19 contracted outside of school.