LT COVID-19 Dashboard


COVID-19 Reporting: The MSD of Lawrence Township is following the protocols established by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Indiana Department of Health, and Marion County Public Health Department on quarantines and isolating symptomatic staff and students.

Postitive Cases by Week: The COVID-19 positive data below represented new confirmed cases that are reported to the district. This does not mean that the students contracted the virus while at school in or an MSD of Lawrence Township facility. The data below simply reflects families reporting a new positive diagnosis. Data will be updated on Mondays.

Quarantines by Week: The quarantine data represented the number of students who have been told to quarantine due to being a close contact with a COVID-19 positive individuals. Many of the individuals who are quarantined do not develop symptoms or test positive for COVID-19.
 
  Aug
23-27
Aug 31 -
Sept 3
Sept
7-10
Sept
13 - 17
ELC Amy Beverland 1 3 0 0
ELC Brook Park 1 0 1 1
ELC Mary Castle 1 0 0 0
ELC Winding Ridge 2 1 1 1
Amy Beverland Elementary Shool 9 5 3 14
Brook Park Elementary School 6 5 0 0
Crestview Elementary School 1 8 4 1
Forest Glen Elementary School 4 1 2 0
Harrison Hill Elementary School 10 4 2 1
Indian Creek Elementary School 5 1 1 4
Mary Castle Elementary School 1 3 0 3
Oaklandon  Elementary School 6 13 1 0
Skiles Test Elementary School 1 2 1 3
Sunnyside Elementary School 1 2 0 0
Winding Ridge Elementary School 3 2 2 1
Belzer Middle School 15 8 3 4
Fall Creek Valley Middle School 18 14 4 4
Lawrence Central High School 17 14 2 2
Lawrence North High School 28 14 10 0
Lawrence Advance Academy 0 1 1 0
         
Total Students Quarantined* 597 419 17 139
         

* A quarantine can last up to 10 days and quarantined individuals are counted in each week that they spend any time at home as a result of the quarantine. The MSD of Lawrence Township is following protocols established by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Indiana Department of Health (IDH), and the Marion County Public Health Department (MCPHD) on quarantines. Fully vaccinated individuals who provide documentation do not need to quarantine if they remain asymptomatic after being a close contact of someone that tests positive for COVID-19.