Robbinsdale Area Schools

COVID-19 Dashboard

The Robbinsdale Area Schools COVID-19 Dashboard, which tracks various data to help inform operation decisions, is also made available to the community on a weekly basis during the school year. While offering general health status, we remain committed to protecting the privacy and information of individual students and staff. Note: this dashboard will NOT be updated during the summer as data will be incomplete and difficult to collect.

Employees

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1,900

The total number of employees in Robbinsdale Area Schools

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2

Staff:
The number of staff currently in quarantine or isolation due to being identified as a close contact, exhibiting at least one of the more common symptoms or at least two of the less common symptoms of COVID-19, or having a household member with symptoms in quarantine.

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0

The number of confirmed staff cases for the week of June 1 - June 8, 2021.

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148

The cumulative number of confirmed staff cases since Aug. 24, 2020

Students

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11,785

The total number of K-12 students in Robbinsdale Area Schools

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111

Students:
The number of students currently in quarantine or isolation due to being identified as a close contact, exhibiting at least one of the more common symptoms or at least two of the less common symptoms of COVID-19, or having a household member with symptoms in quarantine. 

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3

The number of confirmed student cases for the week of June 1 - June 8, 2021.

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247

The cumulative number of confirmed student cases since Aug. 24, 2020

Data through June 8, 2021

Data includes individuals who necessarily haven't been on-site at a school or district building - but are isolated/quarantined or tested positive during distance learning/remote work.

For information on county numbers, please see the Hennepin County COVID dashboard.

The positive cases in our schools is an important number, but it is a single factor that helps make up the holistic picture of our district and its ability to provide students with a safe learning environment. A sample of additional factors used to make decisions on our learning models are:

  • staffing needs and abilities
  • operations management
  • transportation readiness
  • Minnesota Department of Education guidance
  • Minnesota Department of Health guidance
  • contact tracing capabilities
  • building population
  • abilities to facilitate social distancing

To our families, please know that this is an evolving situation and we are monitoring all factors involved to make decisions in the best interest of our students’ health, safety and education.

Please keep students and siblings home when COVID-19 symptoms occur or are waiting for COVID-19 test results. Contact the school and report the absence and the reason for the absence. Students/families should report a positive case to their school during the school day.