Information Portal

Happy June Everyone. With the school year at a close, the last statistics update for the 2021-22 school year will be on June 7, 2022. We will continue to post policy and other information updates here as needed, and we will see what happens with COVID over the summer to determine our reporting plans for the fall. Have a good summer!

As of April 4, 2022, we have ended our weekly COVID updates due to falling case numbers. Be assured that if needed we will provide information should circumstances change. To look at historical videos, the links to each, including written versions, can now be found on our YouTube Channel. We will continue to provide weekly case numbers below.

Welcome to the COVID information portal for the Windsor Unified School District. Below you will find our current case count data. On other pages you'll see information for students, families and staff, information on our testing and data management and what our current rules and policies are surrounding COVID-19, as well as the days and times testing is available through the district and some useful links for additional COVID information.

Bienvenido al portal de información de COVID para el Distrito Escolar Unificado de Windsor. A continuación encontrará nuestros datos actuales de recuento de casos. En otras páginas, verá información para estudiantes, familias y personal, información sobre nuestras pruebas y administración de datos y cuáles son nuestras reglas y políticas actuales en torno a COVID-19, así como los días y horarios en que las pruebas están disponibles a través del distrito y algunos enlaces útiles para obtener información adicional sobre el COVID.

District Case Information

The information in these charts will be updated weekly, on Tuesdays, and are for the weeks referenced.

NOTE: As of 2/8/22 we have changed what we are presenting for District statistics. Total case numbers will be presented below.

Total Case Numbers by Site

This chart shows the total case numbers by site in the Windsor Unified School District. Please note that these numbers may not reflect those who tested or were diagnosed outside of our school testing system, and thus the numbers are likely low.