We continue to adapt to the pandemic and have been phasing back to "normal" since October of 2020. Students throughout the District are at various stages in their return. Some are still fully remote, while others are attending in-person hybrid to various extents.

Since opening for in-person hybrid learning, we have had zero cases of transmission between teachers and students in our schools. This means that we have not had any cases of a teacher who contracted COVID-19 and then transmitted it to a student, or vice versa, within our school buildings. We are grateful that our mitigation procedures have been so successful at stopping any spread in our buildings. 

To help support families at all stages, as we continue to transition from remote to back in person, we are providing information regarding COVID-19 Safety Precautions, L.I.V.E. Remote Learning, In-Person Learning, Student Schedules, Counseling Services, and further Support for families in Spanish, Chinese and other languages. Please click on the images to the right to access additional information and resources for any of these supports. While this time is full of concerns and questions, we hope that the information provided here can help provide reassurance while also providing data metrics to further help provide you, our community, with as much information as possible.

District Recovery Plans

In preparation for the fall of 2021 the District developed the Academic and Student Well-being Recovery Plan checklist as well as the Academic and Student Well-being Recovery Plan in a written format. These plans were approved by the School Board on May 27, 2021. The checklist version of the plan is required by the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) to receive Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funds that are meant to help address student needs from extended school building closures and time in remote learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While these plans are our best thinking as of May 2021, we understand that we will need to continue to monitor and adjust. 

Latest COVID-19 Data

COVID-19 case rate within ISD boundaries

Last updated Wednesday, June 30, 2021

Each week we calculate and post the number of infections per 100,000 residents for the population living within the boundaries of the Issaquah School District, as well as for all of King County. The ISD infection rate is determined using data provided by Public Health – Seattle & King County. You can see specific information on how we calculate the local ISD case rate. We will continue to work with the tools provided by Public Health – Seattle and King County to get the most accurate rate possible for our district and will update our methods as needed.

COVID-19 statistics by ISD school or building

Last updated Friday, July 9, 2021

The cases below display the total number of COVID cases in the District since October 26, 2020 and the "current cases", which are those cases that have been confirmed within the past week. With the goal of weekly updates, the District reports on confirmed student cases, and confirmed staff cases in order to inform the ISD community of potential transmission risks in district facilities. Cases are grouped by facility in order to communicate where the individual who has the confirmed case of COVID 19 interacted with the District.

Hover over graph segments within these charts to view specific case counts.

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Other facilities