District COVID-19 Positive & Probable Case Data

The data contained in the Boise School District COVID-19 Data spreadsheet reflects the total number of students and staff in the Boise School District who have tested positive or presumed positive since June 22nd, 2020. The data does not reflect those individuals who are quarantining due to possible exposure or who voluntarily stay home due to self-monitoring. 

The Boise School District COVID-19 Data spreadsheet reflects cases reported to the Boise School District Administration or to school principals during the time frame identified and only includes students who tested positive when school was in session or when they were directly involved with a District program or activity.  Students who tested positive during the summer while not attending school, are not included.  Likewise, the data only reflects staff members who tested positive while they were currently working and on contract to work for the District.  Employees who may have tested positive during the summer when they were not on contract are not included.

In compliance with Boise School District Student Procedures & Protocols For Addressing COVID-19 and Boise School District Staff Procedures and Protocols For Addressing COVID-19, the District will communicate with staff, students and parents of the possible exposure to COVID-19 while maintaining confidentiality as required by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Americans with Disability Act (ADA).

Boise School District will communicate to staff and parents when we learn of a positive covid-19 case.  Please note that we will only communicate once by memo regarding the initial confirmation of a positive case and/or the likelihood of probable cases. Probable cases that result in a positive case will, however, be tracked on our District COVID-19 Positive & Probable Case Data website.  

Review communication to staff, students and parents regarding possible exposure to COVID-19.