This COVID-19 dashboard provides data on positive COVID-19 cases related to Bay Village Schools, as well as cases within the city of Bay Village and Cuyahoga County, as shared by the Cuyahoga County Board of Health (CCBH), and updated each Friday.
These data and figures are presented for informational purposes only.
All COVID-19 information presented is based on the last week of data received from CCBH.
Reporting lags from CCBH may distort data trends. Please interpret with caution.
COVID-19 case counts do not include those residing in the city of Cleveland.
32 as of 11/27/20 (since 7/1/20)
All non-school sanctioned spread
321 year to date
As reported by CCBH
23,445 as of 11/25/20
Key Terms and Contact Tracing
COVID-19 Policies For Students & Staff
Parents need to be attentive to the daily health of their children and are expected to make a commitment to ensure their child is symptom free and safe to attend school each day by completing a daily health check of their student(s). This includes being fever-free for 72 hours without the use of fever-reducing medication.
School staff will also be receiving professional development on how to recognize potential COVID-19 symptoms. No one should be in our buildings if they are experiencing any symptoms of illness.
If we have a confirmed case of COVID-19, we will follow direction from the Cuyahoga County Board of Health. This may include closing a classroom, school or schools for a period of time and shifting quickly to eLearning for students who are impacted.
We will work with the Cuyahoga County Board of Health to support contact tracing should a confirmed case occur.
COVID-19 Response Protocols Flowcharts for Employees and Students
The district has put together these flowcharts to help employees and families with proper protocols if a case is suspected. Please keep in mind these are guidelines, and subject to change as we learn more about the virus. Also, you should always include your healthcare provider in all communications and decisions related to COVID-19.
School and COVID-19: Rings of Exposure
This video, adapted from Lorain County Public Health, is a simple, yet informative way to explain COVID-19 reporting and “rings of exposure” for those who may come in contact with persons suspected/confirmed of having the virus.
Bay Village Schools' COVID-19 HOTLINE:
Attended 7 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday through Friday
Cuyahoga County Board of Health Hotlines:
COVID Hotline Daytime: 216-201-2090
CCBH COVID Hotline 24/7: 216-857-1433
Ohio Department of Health Hotline:
COVID Hotline: 833-4-ASK-ODH
Please note: Local and national recommendations and guidelines may have changed since families signed the Rocket Pledge in July. For the latest COVID-19 symptoms, please refer to the CDC Symptom Page.