Coronavirus cases are growing quickly within St. Charles District 303, which experienced a 111 percent increase in cases in two weeks.
A hundred of those cases are students attending in-person classes or participating in school-sponsored activities, including 24 across the district’s two high schools.
There have been 61 confirmed cases within District 303 elementary schools and early childhood education program since students returned to in-person learning Aug. 19, the dashboard shows.
As of Monday, there were three dozen total cases within the district’s two middle schools and 31 total cases among high school students and staff.
About half of the district’s 135 total cases since Aug. 19 were active as of Monday, according to the dashboard.
St. Charles North High School had 15 active cases, while East High School and Wasco Elementary School each had 10. There are also 15 active cases within District 303’s other elementary schools and early childhood education program.
Thompson and Wredling middle schools each had eight active cases Monday.
District 303 brought back some elementary and middle school students Aug. 19, while students at St. Charles North and East high schools returned to in-person learning Oct. 20.
District 303 brought back some elementary and middle school students Aug. 19, while students at St. Charles North and East high schools were welcomed back to class Tuesday for the first since March.
Active Cases — As of Nov. 2
North High School – 15
East High School – 10
Wasco Elementary – 10
Thompson Middle School – 8
Wredling Middle School – 8
Ferson Creek Elementary – 3
Richmond Intermediate – 2
Norton Creek Elementary – 2
Wild Rose Elementary – 2
Bell Graham Elementary – 1
Anderson Elementary – 1
Corron Elementary – 1
Lincoln Elementary – 1
Munhall Elementary – 1
Davis Primary – 1