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Seven-Day Chart - June 17, 2021

  The chart of positive COVID-19 cases reported to our schools will no longer be distributed with a daily email and/or text message and will be posted on the website. The chart can be viewed by clicking the title (above). The seven-day percentage of COVID-19 cases reported to our schools remains steadily below 1.0%. The 7-day percentage for the Commack Schools is 0.01%.  

We will continue to report in this manner as aligned with the New York State Department of Health. Please remain vigilant with following all Department of Health protocols (e.g. social distancing, face coverings) as we continue to keep our schools as healthy and safe as possible.
 
Should you need to report your child’s positive case or quarantine, please contact your child’s school administration or health office.  
Number of Positive and Quarantine Cases Reported to Commack Schools:     
 
Number of Positive and Quarantine Cases Reported to Commack Schools: As of June 17, 2021, 4:00p.m.

Indian HollowNorth RidgeRolling Hills Wood ParkBurr Sawmill Middle SchoolHigh SchoolTotal Positive CasesTotal Students in Quarantine K-12

StudentsStaffStudentsStaffStudentsStaffStudentsStaffStudentsStaffStudentsStaffStudentsStaffStudentsStaff
6/11/2021000000000000000000
6/12/202100000000000000000
6/13/202100000000000000000
6/14/2021000000000000000000
6/15/2021000000000000000000
6/16/2021000000000000000000
6/17/2021000000000000000000
Total00000000000000000
















0.00%
Notes: 
  • Staff includes all district employees (e.g. teachers, administrators, aides, monitors, secretaries, custodians, and more). Data represents cases from our 8 schools. 
  • Cases reported after the cut-off listed above will be updated the next day.
  • Dates and numbers above indicated when the positive report was reported to the Commack Schools.  
Newsday "Tracking the Corona Virus on Long Island"



7-Day Average
CommackCumulative CasesCases per 1,000 ResidentsDaily IncreaseDaily Increase per 1,000Daily Increase, prior 7 days
6/11/2021




6/12/2021




6/13/2021




6/14/2021




6/15/2021




6/16/20214,376118.480.140.010.43
6/17/2021





 Source: https://projects.newsday.com/long-island/tracking-the-coronavirus-on-long-island/

Posted Friday, January 29, 2021