Lawrence Public Schools: 309 currently in quarantine, according to new data on COVID-19 info page

The Lawrence school district on Monday added a table of current COVID-19 cases in students and staff to the website where it’s publishing information about new positive cases.


The table shows a breakdown of positive cases in students and staff members, the total number of individuals in quarantine and the percentage of individuals from each school in quarantine. As of Monday, it showed a total of 309 people in quarantine in the district.

The Times has now added the same as a sortable table in our COVID-19 stat dashboard.

The highest percentage, as of Monday, was at New York Elementary, with 16%, followed by Woodlawn Elementary, at 14%. But other schools had higher numbers of people in quarantine, including Lawrence High School, 48, and West Middle School, 46.

According to the district’s website, the table will be updated on Wednesdays. Positive case counts are the previous two weeks, and the quarantine counts shown are the current numbers in quarantine as of the Wednesday that it’s updated.

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