• The data below reflects only confirmed cases reported to the school or District office beginning August 24, 2020. Data can be filtered by school and staff or students. The location of "District" means the person travels to multiple locations within the District. Trained staff members conduct contact tracing, and close contacts are notified, and letters are sent to parents and staff members when appropriate. Julie Tadros, KSD Lead Nurse, contacts St. Louis County Health Department in every situation to obtain further instructions regarding contact tracing and quarantine requirements.

    Every Monday by 10 am, we will provide a snapshot of the number of students and staff members who have been on campus and now are in quarantine. This information will be updated every Monday by 10 am.

    Update: March 16, 2021, St. Louis County will now adhere to the Centers for Disease Control Quarantine option of 10 days. Consistent with past practices regarding COVID, KSD will adhere to the new guidance immediately

    Monday, May 10, 2021: There are currently 4 students and 0 staff member in quarantine, preK-12 grade. 

Quarantine Numbers

  • 0 Staff Members in Quarantine: May 10
  • 4 Students in Quarantine: May 10
  • A snapshot of the weekly quarantines for students and staff members since November 9, 2020,  which is the date the District started publishing the quarantine numbers. Quarantines include positive cases and close contacts.

     weekly quarantine totals, zero staff members and four students in quarantine as of Monday, May 10, 2021

Transmission Rate

  • Transmission Rate - St. Louis County

    Viral transmission represents the average number of people that one person with COVID-19 is likely to infect. The risk is less when community transmission rates are low.

    Threshold Target:
    The target is 1.0 or less. Above 1.0 means increasing the spread and under 1.0 means reducing the spread of the virus.

Transmission Rate St. Louis County

Positivity Rate

  • Test Positivity Rate - St. Louis County

    The percent positive is exactly what it sounds like: the percentage of all coronavirus tests performed that are positive. When the test positivity rate is low, it is an indication that there is sufficient testing happening to help curtail the spread of the virus in the community. If the positivity rate is too high, that may indicate that the community is only testing the sickest individuals. 


    • Red: more than 10 percent positive tests
    • Yellow: less than 10 percent and more than five percent positive tests
    • Green: less than five percent positive tests

    The percent of tests returning a positive result for COVID 19 (7 day rolling average).

Positivity Rate