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LIST: Confirmed COVID-19 cases by school district

Here are the latest positive COVID-19 cases by Central Texas school district.

AUSTIN, Texas — Central Texas school districts are now required to report positive COVID-19 cases to the state.

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) made the announcement after a KVUE investigation uncovered the state had no plans in place to track COVID-19 in schools.

The state began releasing this data on Sept. 24 and it will be updated every Wednesday on the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) website.

The data below reflects COVID-19 cases reported between July 27, 2020 - Sept. 20, 2020:  

Austin ISD

Total student cases (grades EE-3): 0

Total student cases (grades 4-6): 0

Total student cases (grades 7-12): 3

Total staff cases: 3

Austin ISD started the school year on Sept. 8, with the first four weeks scheduled to be online. Starting in October, the district will begin phasing in students who elect to return to campus. 

Bastrop ISD

Total student cases (grades EE-3): 0

Total student cases (grades 4-6): 1

Total student cases (grades 7-12): 2

Total staff cases: 5

The district started school with virtual instruction for all students on Aug. 18, and beginning on Sep. 9 parents had the choice to have their child continue with online instruction or have them transition to face-to-face instruction by attending school on campus each day. 

Del Valle ISD

Total student cases (grades EE-3): 0

Total student cases (grades 4-6): 0

Total student cases (grades 7-12): 1

Total staff cases: 4

The district started the school year on Aug. 17 and will have remote instruction for at least eight weeks. 

Dripping Springs ISD

Total student cases (grades EE-3): 0

Total student cases (grades 4-6): 0

Total student cases (grades 7-12): 1

Total staff cases: 0

The district's first day of instruction was Aug. 18. The first four weeks the district will be solely in a remote learning format.

Eanes ISD

Total student cases (grades EE-3): 1

Total student cases (grades 4-6): 1

Total student cases (grades 7-12): 7

Total staff cases: 4

Sept. 8 was the district's first day with a percentage of students in the buildings.

Georgetown ISD

Total student cases (grades EE-3): 1

Total student cases (grades 4-6): 0

Total student cases grades 7-12): 0

Total staff cases: 2

The district started school on Aug. 20 and was completely remote before Sept. 10. Now, students may either learn on campus or remotely. 

Hays CISD

Total student cases grades EE-3: 0

Total student cases grades 4-6: 1

Total student cases grades 7-12: 1

Total staff cases: 5

The district started the school year on Sept. 8 and planned to have three weeks of virtual learning.

Lake Travis ISD

Total student cases grades EE-3: 2

Total student cases grades 4-6: 0

Total student cases grades 7-12: 1

Total staff cases: 0

Lake Travis ISD has reported seven positive cases of COVID-19. All students in Lake Travis started virtual classes on Aug. 19. 

Leander ISD

Total student cases grades EE-3: 1

Total student cases grades 4-6: 2

Total student cases grades 7-12: 7

Total staff cases: 4

Virtual classes in Leander started on Aug. 13 and in-classroom learning on Sept. 8 if a family chooses.

Manor ISD

Total student cases grades EE-3: 0

Total student cases grades 4-6: 0

Total student cases grades 7-12: 0

Total staff cases: 1

Virtual classes started on Aug. 17 and will go through Oct. 12.

Pflugerville ISD

Total student cases grades EE-3: 0

Total student cases grades 4-6: 0

Total student cases grades 7-12: 1

Total staff cases: 3

Class started on Aug. 13 with 100% virtual learning for the first three weeks. 

Round Rock ISD

Total student cases grades EE-3: 0

Total student cases grades 4-6: 0

Total student cases grades 7-12: 1

Total staff cases: 6

In Round Rock, school started Aug. 20. 

Credit: KVUE

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