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COVID-19 Updates

SDFA Student Dashboard
SDFA Staff Dashboard
  • *Numbers reported on the dashboard include students and staff that are both in-person and virtual. School buildings will be closed if 3 positive cases for students or staff in face-to-face learning are confirmed within 1 week, the school building will shift to virtual learning for 3 days, regardless of student population size. 


    In order to maintain student and staff privacy, SDFA will only report quarantine and COVID-19 positive numbers when cases are more than 5. 

    • Numbers less than 5 will be represented as an *.  When cases are greater than 5, more detailed information will be shared.
    • If the amount of total positive cases or quarantine numbers throughout the district is less than 5, then only district-wide positive and quarantine numbers will be reported.

    These numbers include students and staff that are identified as close contact from the internal positive COVID cases as well as students and staff who are close contacts with family members or friends who are COVID-19 positive.

    If your student has been tested for COVID, DO NOT send them to school until the test results come back regardless of whether they have symptoms or not. 


    The data represented in the tables above is reflective of current data at the time of posting (not cumulative). 

    Updated/Data Pulled: 3/26/2021

    Next Update/Data Pull: 4/20/2021

  • Definitions:



    Separates and restricts the movement of people who were exposed to a contagious disease to see if they become sick. Applies to students and staff who are not able to attend school because they have been identified as having close contact with someone that has been confirmed to have COVID-19 which requires a quarantine period depending on the type of contact (household or school).


    COVID-19 Positive: 

    Applies to students and staff who tested positive for COVID-19.



  • Isolation and Quarantine Guidelines

  • Self-Screener

  • Should I send my student to school?



  • Jefferson County Health Department Guidance 

    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the rising trend of cases in Wisconsin, JCHD is providing guidance to schools regarding when a school or district should shift to exclusively virtual learning when students or staff should remain home, and for what duration of time so that the health of students is considered while their educational needs are being met by staff. It is equally important that the staff in our school districts feel as secure as possible during this critical time.

    • To view the Jefferson County Health Department Reopening Jefferson County Schools and Addressing the Spread of COVID-19 plan, please click HERE.

    • To view the Jefferson County Health Department COVID-19 Dashboard, please click HERE.


  • Daily Case Incidence

  • Close Contact

  • Community Spread

  • Positivity Rate

  • Isolation

  • Measures of Trajectory

  • Symptoms