COVID-19 Dashboard

This Dashboard will be updated twice a week, typically on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.

The purpose of this data is to provide District families and staff with a transparent summary of COVID-19-related positive cases and exposures. This data is updated regularly based on information shared with the District from students, their families, staff, Washington University physicians, and/or the St. Louis County Department of Health. The data reflects reported cases of staff and students.


  • Positive Case: A student or staff member has been tested and received a report confirming that they have COVID-19. These individuals will be isolated for a minimum of 10 days.

  • Quarantine: Individuals who have not tested positive but have been identified through contact tracing and/or directed by the St. Louis County Department of Health to quarantine due to exposure or recent travel. Fully vaccinated individuals determined to be close contacts do not have to quarantine unless they begin to feel symptoms related to COVID-19. Unvaccinated individuals who are close contacts are typically instructed to quarantine for 10 days to monitor for symptoms.

District Health Summary

  • The COVID-19 District tracker is updated regularly when school buildings are open for instruction.

  • Last update: October 19, 2021 at 6:30 a.m.

  • There are currently 2 active cases and 27 quarantines in the District.

  • All staff and parents are asked to assess their child's health and the health of any household members every morning before students come to school. Families will receive a daily morning email reminder with a list of COVID-19 symptoms. Do not send your child to school if your child has symptoms or anyone in your household has COVID-19 or is presumed to have COVID-19. Please also inform your child's school nurse.

Julia Goldstein Early Childhood Center

  • No active cases. No quarantines.

Elementary Schools

Barbara C. Jordan

  • One student active case; four student quarantines.

Flynn Park

  • No active cases. No quarantines.

Jackson Park

  • One student active case; 22 student quarantines.


  • No active cases; one quarantine.

Brittany Woods Middle School

  • No active cases. No quarantines.

University City High School and LLC

  • No active cases. No quarantines.

What happens when a staff member or student tests positive for COVID-19?

In the event a U. City student or staff member tests positive for COVID-19, specific school and administrative staff with training in contact tracing will work with school administration, physicians with Washington University and the St. Louis County Department of Health to provide communication and guidance to students, parents and staff letting them know what steps they may need to take and the potential need to isolate, quarantine, etc.

Free COVID-19 testing available to District staff and families

The School District of University City in partnership with Washington University is offering free and easily accessible COVID-19 saliva testing to staff, students or affiliated household members who are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19. Call 314-454-4269 to make an appointment.

Read the Entire Return to School Guide

This 22-page guide published in August 2021 details how the District will strive to ensure its entire community is Safe, Healthy, Flourishing and Connected in the 2021-22 school year. Details are subject to change dependent on federal and regional health guidelines from the CDC, the St. Louis County Department of Health and our medical partners at Washington University.