MCPS COVID-19 School Dashboard

Daily COVID-19 Case Reports for Each School

These reports display the number of COVID-19 cases reported at each school in a 24-hour period ending at 4:00 pm on the following dates:


14-Day COVID-19 Case Reports for Each School (December 23, 2021 – January 5, 2022)

This report displays the number of COVID-19 cases reported at each school in the 14-day period ending on January 5, 2022.  For schools in the red category, MCPS will confer with the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services regarding next steps.  The 11 schools listed below are the only ones that have transitioned to virtual learning.  All other schools will continue with in-person learning on January 6, 2022. 


Schools in 10-Day Virtual Learning Period

(UPDATED: Jan. 18, 2022) Currently, there are 16 schools in MCPS that have been identified to enter into virtual learning for 10 calendar days beginning Jan. 20. Those schools are 

    • Beall Elementary School
    • Briggs Chaney Middle School
    • Brookhaven Elementary School
    • Clopper Mill Elementary School
    • Captain James E. Daly Elementary School
    • Gaithersburg Elementary School
    • Glenallan Elementary School
    • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School
     
    • Lakelands Park Middle School
    • Neelsville Middle School
    • Paint Branch High School
    • RICA – John L. Gildner Regional Institute for Children and Adolescents
    • Sargent Shriver Elementary School
    • Twinbrook Elementary School
    • Watkins Mill Elementary School
    • Whetstone Elementary School
     
The information in this dashboard contains data from the beginning of the 2021-2022 school year, August 31 to Jan 14, 2022 at 5:00 a.m.

*Click on individual school names for information specific to that school.

* Data is updated Wednesday of each week.

* Case numbers in this dashboard reflect cases identified and managed by Montgomery County Public Schools.

* For students who have been in quarantine and for those in active quarantine, any number less than 10 will be noted with a (-) due to MCPS data suppression rules.

* During the first two weeks of the school year, in accordance with the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) guidance, some students entered quarantine based on close contact with someone who had COVID-19 symptoms.  As a result of that earlier guidance some schools have numbers for students in quarantine but zero positive cases. 

* Case notification letters are posted to the website on an ongoing basis, but numbers on the dashboard are only updated on Wednesdays from the previous week?  

* Case notification letters may not match case numbers in the dashboard for a number of reasons including a return of a false positive test result or a letter concerning an aftercare program. The case notification website will have all letters that have been sent by principals to inform their community. 

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