Coronavirus (COVID-19) Dashboard

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

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.







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Isolation Since 9/1/2020






# of Cumulative Quarantine Since 9/1/2020






*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 Update - October 23, 2020

Current Instructional Model for Learning:  

4K through Grade 8 - Adapted Face to Face Learning in school Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 

High School - Adapted Face to Face Learning:

  • Cohort 1:  Last Names A-L attend on Mondays and Tuesdays

  • Cohort 2:  Last Names M-Z attend on Thursdays and Fridays

TRCCS (Charter School) - Adapted Face to Face Learning in school Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 

TRSD will be changing  models of instruction for our three 2 day weeks October 26, November 23, and December 21.

 Please read the important information below.

Our primary goal at this time is to preserve face-to-face educational opportunities for students as long as possible. We continue to implement measures and tactics that give us the best chance of achieving that goal. As we watch many schools and districts across the state move into virtual models, I want to thank you and your students for your assistance in social distancing, washing hands, and wearing masks while on school property. 

To help us better prepare, and just in case in the near future we are forced to go to the all virtual model, we will implement the following models of instruction during our upcoming shortened school weeks.                                 

What will this do?

  1. Decrease potential COVID-19 exposure for staff and students 

  2. Mitigate COVID-19 risks

  3. Slow the spread of COVID-19

  4. Reduce contact tracing involving school and classrooms 

  5. This will also give us a test/trial run in case we are forced to go to full time virtual

Virtual learning will take place for the following grade levels, unless we are forced to do something different sooner based on COVID-19 numbers in the school district/Portage County: 

Oct. 26, 27, & 28 (half day)  - Virtual Learning for students in grades 7th-12th only.  4K through grade 6 will continue with face to face instruction on October 26 and 27. 4K through grade 6 will have a half day of Virtual Learning on  Wed. Oct. 28

No School on October 29 and 30 for all students grades 4K-12 as per school calendar.

November 23 and 24 -  Virtual Learning for all students in 4K through grade 12th.

No School on November 25, 26, 27 - Thanksgiving Break

December 21 and 22 -  Virtual Learning for all students in 4K through grade 12th.

No School on December  23 through January 1 Winter Break 

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

  2. Face Coverings are required on the busses at all times.

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

  4. 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 face coverings or helmet face shield. 

  5. 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.