Parkway Schools Community Health Dashboard
The Parkway Community Health Dashboard now includes cases and quarantines for students and staff in each school and is updated daily.
COVID-19 Conditions by School
Number of New Cases - St. Louis County
A seven-day moving average of new daily cases per 100,000 is used to account for daily fluctuations that may occur in the data, such as fewer cases being reported on weekends. The intent is to give a more representative view of the ongoing COVID-19 new case rate trends.
- Red: 25+ cases per 100,000
- Orange: 10-24 cases per 100,000
- Yellow: 1-9 cases per 100,000
- Green: Less than 1 case per 100,000
Transmission Rate - St. Louis County
Viral transmission represents the average number of people that one person with COVID-19 is likely to infect. The risk is less when community transmission rates are low.
The target is 1.0 or less. Above 1.0 means increasing the spread and under 1.0 means reducing the spread of the virus.
Test Positivity Rate - St. Louis County
The percent positive is exactly what it sounds like: the percentage of all coronavirus tests performed that are positive. When the test positivity rate is low, it is an indication that there is sufficient testing happening to help curtail the spread of the virus in the community. If the positivity rate is too high, that may indicate that the community is only testing the sickest individuals.
- Red: more than 10 percent positive tests
- Yellow: less than 10 percent and more than five percent positive tests
- Green: less than five percent positive tests
What Can I Do to Help
We must all do our part to improve the health of our community. Wear a face covering, maintain social distancing protocols, avoid large gatherings of people, stay at home when you're not feeling well, and wash your hands frequently. By following these simple health guidelines, you will be helping your family and our Parkway school community. Find out more preventative measures from the Centers for Disease Control.
We wanted to provide this information so that you may track and trend our progress as a community. We ask you to take the necessary steps to improve these numbers. It is up to all of us. Our children belong in our schools and improving these community health indicators provides the greatest likelihood that we will be able to achieve that goal in the near future.