McKinney ISD sees 150% increase in student COVID-19 cases since last week
McKinney Boyd High School reported 187 active student cases Tuesday morning, the highest number in the district.
(Smiley N. Pool / Staff Photographer)ByAnna Caplan12:08 PM on Jan 18, 2022 CSTMcKinney ISD reported 803 active COVID-19 student cases on Tuesday, an increase of 150% since last Tuesday, according to the district’sCOVID-19 dashboard.With 23,487 students enrolled in the district, Tuesday’s case count represents 3.42% of the student population. On Jan. 11, the district reported 321 active student cases.
McKinney Boyd High School has the highest active student cases, with 187 students testing positive for the virus.Of the district’s staff, 3.25% are testing positive for COVID-19, or 91 staff members out of 2,800 total staff.Among the district’s elementary and secondary schools, Press Elementary reported the most active student cases at 30 while Evans Middle School had 61 active cases.Read more: Dallas Morning News »
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