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COVID-19 Case Update

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Per KRS 158.160, parents and guardians are required to notify a student's school of a diagnosed medical condition that may threaten the safety of the student or others in the school, within 24 hours of the diagnosis.

Click here for Current COVID-19 Data by School

 

Beginning on Monday, November 30, 2020, and throughout the period while in-person instruction is suspended, JCS will continue to report new COVID-19 cases via the state K-12 Dashboard that can be found here.  The chart on the district website with the current number of cases by location will also continue to be updated. Expanded COVID-19 daily reporting that includes the last day that positive individuals were on campus will be discontinued until in-person instruction resumes. Information regarding Jessamine County’s status in the spread of COVID-19 can be found on the JCHD website at this link.

During Extended Digital Learning, Jessamine County student families and staff are asked to continue to report their own positive cases of COVID-19. Student cases should be reported to their schools and staff cases and potential exposures should be reported to Pat Glass, JCS Director of Nursing Services. 

 

November 24, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had one report of a confirmed positive case of COVID-19 on November 24, 2020. There are no school-related contacts/quarantines to report at this time.  

  • One VLA student, who has not recently been on campus, is confirmed positive at The Jessamine Early Learning Village.    

This individual will not return to school until meeting all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  

 

November 23, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had seven reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on November 23, 2020. School health professionals have worked with the JCHD to notify one individual who has been identified as a school contact to provide information about quarantining. 

  • Two students are confirmed positive at East Jessamine HIgh School, one who was last at school on November 11, 2020 and one who was last on a district campus on November 15, 2020.

  • One student is confirmed positive at West Jessamine Middle School, who was last at school on November 11, 2020.

  • Two staff members are confirmed positive at Warner Elementary School, who last reported to work on November 18, 2020 and November 20, 2020.

  • One staff member is confirmed positive at West Jessamine High School, who last reported to work on November 17, 2020.

  • One staff member is confirmed positive at the district’s Transportation Department, who last reported to work on November 18, 2020.

These individuals will not return to school/work until meeting all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  

 

November 20, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had two reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on November 20, 2020. School health professionals have worked with the JCHD to notify four individuals who have been identified as school contacts to provide information about quarantining. 

  • One student is confirmed positive at East Jessamine High School, who was last on a district campus on November 15, 2020.

  • One staff member is confirmed positive at Central Office, who last reported to work on November 16, 2020.

These individuals will not return to school/work until meeting all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  

 

November 19, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had no reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 and no school-related quarantines on November 19, 2020.  

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  

 

November 18, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had one report of a confirmed positive case of COVID-19 on November 18, 2020. There are no school-related contacts/quarantines to report at this time.  

  • One staff member is confirmed positive at The Jessamine Early Learning Village, who last reported to work on November 11, 2020.

This individual will not return to work until meeting all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  

 

November 17, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had two reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on November 17, 2020. There are no school-related contacts/quarantines to report at this time.  The number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • One staff member is confirmed positive at Wilmore Elementary School, who last reported to work on November 16, 2020.

  • One VLA staff member, who has not recently been on campus, is confirmed positive at Rosenwald-Dunbar Elementary School.    

These individuals will not return to work until they meet all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  

 

November 16, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had five reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on November 16, 2020.  School health professionals have worked with the JCHD to notify nine individuals who have been identified as school contacts to provide information about quarantining.   The number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • One VLA student is confirmed positive at East Jessamine Middle School, who has not recently been on campus.  

  • One VLA student is confirmed positive at Red Oak Elementary School, who has not recently been on campus. 

  • One staff member is confirmed positive at Red Oak Elementary, who last reported to work on November 11, 2020.

  • One staff member is confirmed positive at JCTC, who last reported to work on November 13, 2020.

  • One staff member is confirmed positive at a district-level office, who has not recently reported to work.  

These individuals will not return to school/work until they meet all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  

 

November 13, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had three reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on November 13, 2020.  Case investigation is on-going and there are no school-related contacts/quarantines to report at this time.  The number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • One student is confirmed positive at West Jessamine Middle School, who last attended school on November 9, 2020.

  • One staff member is confirmed positive at Wilmore Elementary School, who last reported to work on November 11, 2020.

  • One staff member is confirmed positive at Central Office, who last reported to work on November 11, 2020.

These individuals will not return to school/work until they meet all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  

 

November 12, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had four reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on November 12, 2020.  There are no school-related contacts/quarantines to report at this time.  The number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • One student is confirmed positive at East Jessamine Middle School, who last attended school on November 6, 2020.

  • One student is confirmed positive at West Jessamine High School, who last attended school on November 10, 2020.  

  • One VLA student, who has not recently been on campus, is confirmed positive at Wilmore Elementary.

  • One staff member is confirmed positive at East Jessamine High School, who last reported to work on November 9, 2020.

These individuals will not return to school/work until they meet all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  

 

November 11, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had seven reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on November 11, 2020.  School health professionals have worked with the JCHD to notify 38 individuals who have been identified as school contacts to provide information about quarantining. The total number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • One student is confirmed positive at East Jessamine Middle School, who last attended school on November 4, 2020.

  • One student is confirmed positive at East Jessamine High School, who last attended school on November 4, 2020.

  • Two students are confirmed positive at Warner Elementary, who last attended school on November 4, 2020.

  • One student is confirmed positive at West Jessamine High School, who last attended school on November 4, 2020.  

  • One staff member is confirmed positive at Red Oak Elementary, who last reported to work on November 6, 2020.

  • One staff member is confirmed positive at the district Transportation Department, who last reported to work on October 30, 2020.

These individuals will not return to school/work until they meet all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  

 

November 10, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had no reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 and no school-related quarantines on November 10, 2020.  

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  

 

November 9, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had six reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on November 9, 2020.  School health professionals have worked with the JCHD to notify three individuals who have been identified as school contacts to provide information about quarantining. The total number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • One student is confirmed positive at East Jessamine Middle School, who last attended school on October 29, 2020.

  • One student is confirmed positive at East Jessamine High School, who last attended school on November 4, 2020.

  • One VLA student is confirmed positive at Rosenwald-Dunbar Elementary, who has not recently been on campus.

  • One VLA student is confirmed positive at West Jessamine High School, who has not recently been on campus.

  • One staff member is confirmed positive at West Jessamine High School, who last reported to work on November 6, 2020

  • One staff member is confirmed positive at JCTC-East Hub, who last reported to work on November 6, 2020.

These individuals will not return to school/work until they meet all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  

 

November 6, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had one report of  a confirmed positive case of COVID-19 on November 6, 2020.  School health professionals, working in conjunction with the JCHD, determined that there were no school-related contacts associated with this case to report at this time. The total number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • One student is confirmed positive at the Jessamine Early Learning Village, who last attended school on October 30, 2020.

This individual will not return to school until meeting all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained. 

 

November 5, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had one report of  a confirmed positive case of COVID-19 on November 5, 2020.  School health professionals, working in conjunction with the JCHD, determined that there were no school-related contacts associated with this case to report at this time. The total number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • One student is confirmed positive at West Jessamine Middle School, who last attended school on October 29, 2020.

This individual will not return to school until meeting all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  

 

November 4, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had four reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on November 4, 2020.  School health professionals have worked with the JCHD to notify 11 individuals who have been identified as school contacts to provide information about quarantining. The total number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • One student is confirmed positive at East Jessamine Middle School, who last attended school on October 27, 2020.

  • One VLA student is confirmed positive at Brookside Elementary School, who has not recently been on campus.

  • One VLA student is confirmed positive at East Jessamine High School, who has not recently been on campus.

  • One VLA student is confirmed positive at West Jessamine High School, who has not recently been on campus.

These individuals will not return to school until they meet all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained. 

 

October 30, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had one report of a confirmed positive case of COVID-19 on October 30, 2020.  School health professionals, working in conjunction with the JCHD, determined that there were no school-related contacts associated with these cases to report at this time.   The total number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • One VLA student is confirmed positive at Warner Elementary School, who was last on campus on October 2, 2020.

This individual will not return to school until meeting all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  

 

October 29, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had no reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 and no school-related quarantines on October 29, 2020.  

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  

 

October 28, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had one report of a confirmed positive case of COVID-19 on October 28, 2020.  School health professionals have worked with the JCHD to notify 29 individuals who have been identified as school contacts to provide information about quarantining.  The total number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • One VLA student is confirmed positive at West Jessamine High School, who was last on campus on October 27, 2020.

This individual will not return to school until meeting all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained. 

 

October 27, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had three reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on October 27, 2020.  School health professionals, working in conjunction with the JCHD, determined that there were no school-related contacts associated with these cases to report at this time.  The total number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • One student is confirmed positive at Rosenwald-Dunbar Elementary School, who last attended school on October 2, 2020.

  • One VLA student who has not been on campus (EJMS) is confirmed positive.    

  • One staff member at a district office is confirmed positive, who last reported to work on October 16, 2020.

These individuals will not return to school/work  until they meet all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  

 

October 26, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had four reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on October 26, 2020.  School health professionals have worked with the JCHD to notify 65 individuals who have been identified as school contacts to provide information about quarantining.  The total number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • Two students are confirmed positive at Rosenwald-Dunbar Elementary School, who last attended school on October 21 and October 22, 2020.

  • Two students are confirmed positive at West Jessamine High School, one VLA, one in-person, who last attended school on October 21, 2020.

These individuals will not return to school until they meet all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  


October 23, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had no reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19  on October 23, 2020.  School health professionals have worked with the JCHD to notify 4 individuals who have been identified as school contacts from a previously reported positive case to provide information about quarantining.  

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  



October 22, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had three reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on October 22, 2020.  School health professionals have worked with the JCHD to notify 97 individuals who have been identified as school contacts to provide information about quarantining.  The total number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • One student is confirmed positive at East Jessamine High School, who last attended school on October 14, 2020.

  • One student is confirmed positive at West Jessamine High School, who last attended school on October 14, 2020.

  • One staff member is confirmed positive at The Providence School, who last reported to work on October 21, 2020.

These individuals will not return to school/work until they meet all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  


October 21, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had four reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on October 21, 2020.  School health professionals, working in conjunction with the JCHD, determined that there were no school-related contacts associated with these cases to report at this time. The total number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • One student is confirmed positive at West Jessamine High School, who last attended school on October 15, 2020.

  • One student is confirmed positive at Wilmore Elementary School, who last attended school on October 15, 2020.

  • One staff member is confirmed positive at West Jessamine High School, who last reported to work on October 2, 2020.

  • One staff member is confirmed positive at West Jessamine Middle School, who last reported to work on October 2, 2020.

These individuals will not return to school/work until they meet all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  

 


October 20, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had one report of a confirmed positive case of COVID-19 on October 20, 2020.  School health professionals, working in conjunction with the JCHD, determined that there were no school-related contacts associated with this case. The total number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • One student is confirmed positive at Nicholasville Elementary School, who last attended school on October 13, 2020.

This individual will not return to school until meeting all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  


October 19, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had three reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on October 19, 2020.  School health professionals have worked with the JCHD to notify 96 individuals who have been identified as school contacts to provide information about quarantining.  The total number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • One student is confirmed positive at East Jessamine Middle School, who last attended school on October 14, 2020.

  • One VLA student is confirmed positive at West Jessamine High School, who was last on campus on October 12, 2020.

  • One staff member is confirmed positive at West Jessamine High School, who last reported to work on October 2, 2020.

These individuals will not return to school/work until they meet all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  

 


October 16, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had one report of a confirmed positive case of COVID-19 on October 16, 2020.  School health professionals, working in conjunction with the JCHD, determined that there were no school-related contacts associated with the case to report at this time. The total number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • One VLA staff member is confirmed positive at the Jessamine Early Learning Village, who last reported to work on October 2, 2020.

This individual will not return to work until meeting all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  


October 15, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had no reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 and no school-related quarantines on October 15, 2020. 

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  


October 14, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had three reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on October 14, 2020.  School health professionals, working in conjunction with the JCHD, determined that there were no school-related contacts associated with these cases to report at this time. The total number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • One staff member is confirmed positive at CO/JCTC, who last reported to work on October 1, 2020.

  • One VLA staff member is confirmed positive at the Jessamine Early Learning Village, who last reported to work on October 2, 2020.

  • One staff member is confirmed positive at JCTC/WJHS, who last reported to work on October 14, 2020.

These individuals will not return to work until they meet all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained.  


October 13, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had six reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on October 13, 2020.  School health professionals, working in conjunction with the JCHD, determined that there were no school-related contacts associated with these cases. The total number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • One student is confirmed positive at Rosenwald-Dunbar Elementary School, who last attended school on September 30, 2020.

  • One student is confirmed positive at West Jessamine High School, who last attended school on September 30, 2020.

  • One staff member is confirmed positive at the Jessamine Early Learning Village, who last reported to work on October 2, 2020.

  • Three staff members are confirmed positive at West Jessamine Middle School, all last reporting to work on October 2, 2020.

These individuals will not return to school/work until they meet all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Positive case numbers and school-related quarantines are reported each day that school is in session.  Data is provided based on information available at the time of reporting and is subject to be adjusted and/or corrected at a later date due to additional contact tracing and information obtained. 


October 12, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had three reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on October 12, 2020.  School health professionals have worked with the JCHD to notify 37 individuals who have been identified as school contacts to provide information about quarantining.  The total number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • One student is confirmed positive at East Jessamine High School, who last attended school on September 30, 2020.

  • Two staff members are confirmed positive at West Jessamine Middle School, who last reported to work on October 2, 2020.

These individuals will not return to school until they meet all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.


October 2, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had no reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 and no school-related quarantines on October 2, 2020. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.

Daily reporting will resume when the district returns from Fall Break on October 12, 2020.


October 1, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had four reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on October 1, 2020.  School health professionals have worked with the JCHD to notify 54 individuals who have been identified as school contacts to provide information about quarantining.  The total number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • One student is confirmed positive at Rosenwald- Dunbar Elementary School, who last attended school on September 30, 2020.

  • One student is confirmed positive at West Jessamine Middle School, who last attended school on September 30, 2020.

  • One staff member is confirmed positive at West Jessamine Middle School, who last reported to work on September 28, 2020.

  • One Virtual Learning Academy student who has not attended in-person school is confirmed positive.  

These individuals will not return to school until they meet all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures.  Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case. 

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.


September 30, 2020

The Jessamine County School District had two reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on
September 30, 2020. School health professionals have worked with the JCHD to notify 22
individuals who have been identified as school contacts to provide information about quarantining.
The total number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine
County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • One student is confirmed positive at West Jessamine Middle School, who last attended school on September 29th.
  • One staff member is confirmed positive at Red Oak Elementary, who last reported to work on on September 25th. (This date was originally reported as September 29th and after further
    review, has been corrected to reflect the last date the employee was present in the building.)

These individuals will not return to school/work until they meet all Jessamine County Health
Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine
procedures. Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close
contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following
the last exposure to the confirmed case.

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for
COVID-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only
those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.


September 29, 2020


The Jessamine County School District had no reports of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on September 29, 2020. School health professionals have worked with the JCHD to notify 3 additional individuals who have been identified as school contacts related to positive cases on September 28th to provide information about quarantining. The total number of individuals instructed to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

These individuals will not return to school/work until they meet all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures. Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case.

As stipulated by the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s School Notification Standards for COIVD-19 (902 KAR2:22OE,) the number of individuals reported to be quarantined includes only those individuals who are quarantined due to exposure related to school activities.
 


September 28, 2020

Jessamine County Schools confirmed four positive cases of COVID-19 on September 28, 2020. School health professionals have worked with the JCHD to notify 85 individuals identified as school contacts (primarily members of an athletic team,) providing information about quarantining. The total number of individuals needing to quarantine may be updated when the Jessamine County Health Department completes official contact tracing.

  • Two students are confirmed positive at East Jessamine Middle School, who last attended school on September 22nd and September 24th.
  • One student is confirmed positive at Brookside Elementary, who last attended school on September 23rd.
  • One staff member is confirmed positive at Wilmore Elementary, who last attended work on September 25th.

These individuals will not return to school/work until they meet all Jessamine County Health Department guidelines to return.

The Jessamine County Health Department follows set guidelines for isolation and quarantine procedures. Each positive case is carefully reviewed and if an individual is determined to be a close contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, that contact must quarantine for 14 days following the last exposure to the confirmed case.





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