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Ashwaubenon creates Jaguar Health Report dashboard for COVID-19

By Press Times Staff

ASHWAUBENON – In an effort to keep students, staff and families up-to-date on COVID-19 data for both positive cases and quarantined individuals, the Ashwaubenon School District announced Monday, Sept. 21, it created a COVID-19 dashboard known as the Jaguar Health Report.

Superintendent Kurt Weyers said the dashboard will be updated Monday and Thursday of each week, with information entered Monday reflecting COVID-19 data from the previous Thursday through Sunday, and information entered Thursday reflecting data from the previous Monday through Wednesday.

Weyers said the Jaguar Health Report dashboard will reflect current cases instead of showing a cumulative total.

“We believe that this dashboard will provide you with needed information that will replace the school-wide letters we were previously sending out to families and staff each time there was a positive case of COVID-19 within a school,” he said in an email to district families and staff. “We listened to your feedback regarding the frequency of these letters, and we hope you find the dashboard to be a helpful alternative in place of the emails.”

Weyers said the district will no longer send emails regarding positive cases, and he asked district families and staff to visit the dashboard to find information at: ashwaubenon.k12.wi.us/families/covid-dashboard.cfm.

“Please note that if a student or staff member is determined to be a close contact to a person who tested positive, then you will still be notified with close contact and quarantine information,” he said. “Please check your email consistently for this type of information.”

On Monday, the dashboard reported 3.22 percent (104) of the district’s total student population was in quarantine with .28 percent (9) current positive cases of COVID-19.

Among all district staff, those in quarantine accounted for 3.09 percent (12) with .77 percent (3) being current positive cases.

Parkview Middle School recorded the highest numbers of quarantined students (31) and staff (2) with four students and a staff member testing positive for COVID-19.

Ashwaubenon High School reported 28 students and two staff in quarantine with four students testing positive.
Among the elementary schools, Pioneer had the most students in quarantine (23) with one current positive case and one staff member in quarantine.

Valley View, which reported two staff members testing positive, had six staff and 14 students in quarantine.

The Cormier Early Learning Center, which reported no current COVID-19 cases, had one staff member and eight students in quarantine.

Since classes began Sept. 1 for the 2020-21 school year, Weyers said the district has not had to suspend in-person instruction at any buildings.

The district is currently offering 4K-5 students in-person instruction, five days a week, with safety precautions and physical distancing put in place.

Students in grades 6-12 are divided in two groups to alternate every other day school is in session between in-school and at-home instruction.

The district also offers students and families uncomfortable about in-person instruction an all-virtual learning option.

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