Notes

  • The CATS team is working hard to update all data shown below. The COVID-19 case data below are up to date but school data on student/staff absences and student nurse visits will be updated over the next two weeks (by September 17, 2021). Thank you for your patience.

  • These data and figures are presented for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY .

  • COVID-19 case counts and rates are not specific to school districts or actual buildings. They are reported for the POPULATION RESIDING WITHIN A SCHOOL DISTRICT ATTENDANCE ZONE .

  • All COVID-19 information presented is based on the of data received from the Ohio Department of Health (ODH). All case data are presented by REPORT DATE . The report date is the date when a new case of COVID-19 is reported to ODH.

  • For more information about this dashboard and data interpretation guidelines, please view this brief video tutorial.




  • COVID-19 case counts and rates DO NOT INCLUDE THOSE RESIDING IN CONGREGATE CARE SETTINGS, LIKE NURSING HOMES .

  • A COUNT is the actual number of people infected with COVID-19. A RATE is the number of people infected with COVID-19 for every 100,000 people in a defined population. For example, a COVID-19 case rate of 100 for Franklin County means that for every 100,000 people living in Franklin County, 100 are infected. Rates are useful for comparing different populations or geographies (for example, school districts of different sizes).

  • Student absences, staff absences, and student nurse visits data (if available) ARE PRELIMINARY AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE .

School District Data

Student Absences (%, Excused Illnesses)*


*Preliminary data

Student Nurse Visits (per 1000 students, Influenza- or COVID-like symptoms)*

*Preliminary data

Staff Absences(%, Sick)*


*Preliminary data

Case Data in School District Attendance Zone

This is a rate. Rates allow for comparison between geographies with different population size.
This is NOT the number of cases in the district or the county.


Age Distribution (based on last two weeks of COVID-19 case data)