Coronavirus (COVID-19) Dashboard

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

This link Cases and deaths maps by county and census tract, municipality, school district and zip code allows you to click on each school district to get the number of positive COVID-19 cases in that particular school district or in the municipality. This site will be updated daily. Keep in mind the count includes all residents and students of the district, not just students enrolled in school. 

To better understand the data presented below, please read the following definitions:

Isolation means keeping sick people away from healthy ones. The sick person rests in their own bedroom or area in a home and keeps away from others as best as possible. The Isolation totals equate to those individuals that have tested positive for COVID-19.


Quarantine means separating people who were exposed to a sick person away from others. Because someone can spread COVID-19 before they have symptoms, quarantine stops them from accidentally spreading the virus to other healthy people. Usually,  people who are in quarantine stay at home and avoid being around others. The number of those in quarantine is reflected by those that: have had close contact with an individual that has tested positive for COVID-19.

TRSD COVID-19 Update - June 4, 2021

Location

Elementary

Middle

High

Charter

District

Total

Total # of Staff/Students

373

333

382

202

34

1324

# of Active/ Isolation

0

0

0

0

0

0

# of Active/ Quarantine

0

0

0

0

0

0

# of Cumulative Isolation Since 10/2/2020

23

22

26

10

3

84

# of Cumulative Quarantine Since 10/2/2020

139

249

247

102

11

748

*Please remember that if a household member is tested for COVID, all other household members that attend school need to stay home at least until the results of the COVID test are back.  Also, if a student is home sick or sent home sick from school with COVID symptoms, then all other household members that attend school, need to also stay home or will be sent home with the ill individual.*

**The numbers in the chart do not reflect students or staff that stay home for one or more days because they may be sick or have at least one COVID symptom.**

TRSD COVID-19 Summary Isolation and Quarantine

Week of

September 4

September 11

September 18

September 25

October 2

October 8

October 16

October 23

October 29

End of 1st Quarter

Start of Second Quarter

November 6

November 13

November 20

November 24

December 4

December 11

December 18

December 25

January 2

January 8

January 15

End of 2nd Quarter

Start of 3rd Quarter

January 22

January 29

February 5

February 12

February 19

February 26

March 5

March 12

March 19

End of 3rd Quarter

March 26

Start of 4th Quarter

April 1

April 9

April 16

April 23

April 30

May 7

May 14

May 21

May 28

June 4 (Last day of School)

End of 4th Quarter

Number of Active Isolation for the Week

2

4

1

6

7

2

2

5

7

36

Monday, November 2nd

4

10

1

1

3

5

2

Winter Break

1

2

3

32

Monday, January 18

6

6

4

1

1

3

2

1

2

26

Spring Break

Monday, March 29

0

0

0

2

1

1

0

0

0

0

4

Number of Active Quarantine for the Week

12

41

28

15

44

14

64

89

71

378

23

74

76

70

25

38

82

8

18

17

431

56

90

106

31

32

42

19

31

38

445

1

1

7

22

20

4

0

0

0

0

55

COVID-19 Summary 2020-2021 School Year

Quarter

Quarter 1

Quarter 2

Quarter 3

Quarter 4

Total for 2020-2021 School Year

Total Number of Active Isolations across the District

36

32

26

4

98

Total Number of Active Quarantines across the District

378

431

445

55

1,309

TRSD COVID-19 Update - June 4, 2021

A Message from Mike Richie, District Administrator

On Monday, May 17, 2021 the TRSD Board of Education revised the district’s COVID-19 protocol and procedures for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year, summer school and the 2021-22 school year. Keep in mind, these new procedures are related to our current COVID situation. If COVID numbers change throughout the school, school district and/or county, these new procedures may also change based on any new numbers.  

COVID-19 Procedures for the Remainder of the 2020-21 School Year

  • Face Coverings on Bus - Required through the end of the 2020-21 school year 

  • Face Coverings (Indoors) - Required through the end of the 2020-21 school year 

  • Face Coverings (Outdoors) - Optional when social distancing is possible (3 feet) through the end of the 2020-21 school year 

  • Quarantine - Eliminate quarantines for close contacts effective immediately

Protective Face Covering Requirements: 

The School Board approved the following requirements at the September 21, 2020 School Board Meeting. These procedures must be followed at all times.  

  1. Protective Face Coverings are required indoors - this includes locker rooms, gyms, all indoor events and activities for fans and participants. 

  2. Protective Face Coverings are required on the buses at all times.

  3. Protective Face Coverings are required outdoors during the school day if social distancing is not an option.

  4. Protective Face Coverings are required outdoors for athletes, participants, coaches and team personnel while on the sidelines. During outdoor competitions, it is highly recommended that athletes continue to be masked or have some type of protective face coverings or helmet face shield. 

  5. Protective Face Coverings are required for all fans while entering the outdoor facility area, and walking throughout the activity area. If fans are seated or watching the outdoor event and are able to social distance, Face Coverings may be removed.