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2021-2022 School Year COVID-19 Dashboard

All confirmed positive COVID-19 incidents related to Monterey Peninsula Unified School District school sites and departments will be posted to this page. For the purposes of this dashboard, MPUSD is distinguishing between school-based exposure and community-based exposure. (Definitions provided below.) 
 
*Last update: June 6, 2022.
**The 6/6/22 update includes positive cases reported from the first day of return from Winter Break - January 5, 2022 through June 6, 2022. It does not report cases that occurred from December 20, 2021 through January 4, 2022.
(This dashboard reflects data since August 4, 2021 - first day of school.)
 
School or Location Current Student Enrollment School/Site Based Exposure
Community/
Unknown Exposure
Proportion of Student Population
Percentage reflective of total cases since
August 4, 2021.
* Excludes staff cases
Adult Transition - 0 7 -
Central Coast High 122 1 19 16.39%
Community Day 9 0 2 22.22%
Crumpton Elementary 532 0 105 19.73%
Del Rey Woods Elementary 436 1 117 27.06%
Digital Academy - 0 6 -
District Office - 0 3 -
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. School of the Arts 450 2 111 25.11%
Dual Language Academy of the Monterey Peninsula 329 3 73 23.10%
Expanded Learning Opportunities Program - - 1 -
Foothill Elementary 200 0 46 23%
Highland Elementary 276 3 61 23.18%
Independent Study - - 5 -
La Mesa Elementary 451 2 73 16.62%
Los Arboles Middle 390 0 88 22.56%
Marina Child Development Center 51 0 17 33.33%
Marina High 679 0 171 25.18%*
Marina Vista Elementary Arts Academy 473 0 91 19.23%
Marshall Elementary 464 8 100 23.27%
Monterey Adult School TBD 0 6 0%
Monterey High 1370 1 284 20.80%*
Monte Vista Elementary 416 3 79 19.71%
Olson Elementary 409 0 90 22%
Ord Terrace Elementary 504 1 82 16.46%
Seaside Child Development Center 73 2 18 27.39%*
Seaside Middle 473 0 66 13.95%
Seaside High 1067 2 202 19.11%*
Student Support Services - 0 1 -
Walter Colton Middle 319 0 49 15.36%*
 
School-Based Cases
 
  • School-based cases are defined as site-related exposure.
  • A school-based case MAY cause classroom closure or other precautionary measures.
 
Community-Based Cases
 
  • Community-based cases are defined as exposure outside of the school or department/site setting. Per the CDC definition, this means no one at the site was within 6 feet of the infected person for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period starting from 2 days before illness onset (or, for asymptomatic patients, 2 days prior to test specimen collection) until the time the patient was isolated.
  • This dashboard will include all known community-based cases related to MPUSD; this dashboard may not reflect all community-based cases involving staff and students because MPUSD relies on notification from public health or self-reporting from staff or families.