COVID-19 CASE DASHBOARD

All confirmed COVID-19 incidents related to Vista Unified school sites and offices will be reported on this Dashboard starting on September 18, 2020. Vista Unified is not including community-related cases for those individuals who have not come onto campus within close contact* of other students and staff. Vista Unified is including all positive confirmed cases for individuals who have been on campus within close contact* of others in Vista Unified school supervised instruction or activities. Once the District learns of an individual who has tested positive at a school site or office, these steps will be followed:

 

  • Consult with Local Health Officers
  • Clean and treat any affected areas
  • Contact trace within Vista Unified to determine close contacts*
  • Immediately notify anyone within Vista Unified determined to have had close contact* and advise of any required self-quarantine
  • Notify anyone who may have been in proximity, such as in the classroom, school, or office
  • Isolate individuals if present and advise of any required self-quarantine
  • Follow any additional recommendations from the San Diego County Public Department of Public Health

*Close Contact is defined as any individual who was within 6 feet of an infected person for at least 15 minutes starting from 2 days before illness onset (or, for asymptomatic patients, 2 days prior to positive specimen collection) until the time the patient is isolated.

 

You can view a more detailed COVID-19 Decision Guide for symptoms and exposures here.

Below is a list of all confirmed COVID-19 incidents related to Vista Unified schools and offices. The Dashboard will be updated periodically, based on notification of confirmed cases.  Case counts represent VUSD's official notification date, not COVID-19 testing date or illness onset date. If not viewable on your mobile device, please view the table here.

 

*Important Note: Vista Unified does not wait to notify close contacts upon initial report of a positive case. However, Vista Unified will wait for official confirmation from the public health department before listing the case on this dashboard. This could result in a delay of cases appearing on this dashboard or a discrepancy between the number of notifications received and actual number of confirmed cases (when the case is not confirmed positive by public health).


*Vista Classic resumed in-person instruction on Tuesday, October 20th.


COVID-19 SCHOOL PIVOT DASHBOARD

Pursuant to Board Policy established by our Governing Board at a special meeting held on October 27, 2020, the Vista Classic in-person program at the eight comprehensive middle schools and high schools will pivot to an all virtual environment under two circumstances.
(1) A school will stop in-person operations and pivot to virtual learning if the school has two or more members of the Vista Classic, on-campus community whose positive COVID-19 test leads to the quarantining of one or more cohorts within a fourteen-day period.
(2) A school will stop in-person operations and pivot to virtual learning if three or more secondary schools have a member of their Vista Classic school community whose positive test results for COVID-19 leads to the quarantining of one or more cohorts simultaneously within a single fourteen-day period. If a secondary school has already transitioned to distance learning for all students, that school will not be counted as one of the three secondary schools.
Below is a table describing the current status of Vista Classic, in-person learning at each of the eight schools. If not viewable on your mobile device, please view the table here.


Local Information:

In San Diego County, if you have health-related questions or concerns, contact your healthcare provider.  For general questions about COVID-19 or information about community resources, call 2-1-1 or visit 211SanDiego.org.

Quick Guide to Local Resources (English/Spanish)

San Diego County Coronavirus (COVID-19) Official Updates and Information (Regularly Updated)

San Diego County Office of Education Coronavirus Information and Resources for Parents and Educators (Regularly Updated)

C
urrent Order of the Public Health Officer for San Diego County (Regularly Updated)

City of Vista COVID-19 Information (Regularly Updated)

City of Oceanside COVID-19 Information (Regularly Updated)

Text COSD COVID19 to 468-311 to get text alert updates from San Diego County.

State Information:


California's Response to COVID-19 (General Information and Resources Regularly Updated)

California Department of Public Health COVID-19 Information (Regularly Updated)

California Department of Education COVID-19 Information and Resources (Regularly Updated)

La Enfermedad del Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) [Español]

California's Resilience Roadmap (Regularly Updated)

Federal Information:

Federal Response, Information and Resources (Updated Regularly)

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Updated Regularly)

Latest Research Information on COVID-19 from the National Institutes of Health (Updated Regularly)
 
Children and COVID-19: Tips to keep children healthy while school’s out

CDC Talking with Children about Coronavirus

CDC Guidelines for Schools

CDC Posters and Print Resources
Health Statement


Free Testing for COVID-19

The County of San Diego has partnered with the Vista Unified School District and the City of Vista to open a COVID-19 testing site for students, teachers and the general public.

The free, no-appointment site is now open and offers testing from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. seven days per week. The site is located at Linda Rhoades Community Center, 600 N. Santa Fe in Vista.

The new site, which is jointly used by the school district and city residents, has the capacity to test 500 people daily. The COVID-19 tests take about 5-10 minutes and the results generally come back in less than three days.

Additional free testing sites are located throughout San Diego County. Those sites and their operating hours can be found by clicking this link.


Contact Information

Rachel D'Ambroso
Assistant Superintendent
District Health & Safety Liaison


Send Email Message
Tel.: (760) 726-2170, ext. 92202


Craig Wiblemo, J.D., M.Ed.
Executive Director, Student Support Services
District Health & Safety Services

Send Email Message
Tel.: (760) 726-2170, ext. 92180


District Nursing Team

Please click on your nurse's name to send her an email message or dial the number listed to reach her by telephone. If you need assistance, please call Student Support Services at (760) 726-2170, ext. 92180.

NURSE

SCHOOL(S)

Boley, Cyndi RN
(760) 419-9472

Grapevine Elementary
Lake Elementary
Monte Vista Elementary

Cotten, Jackie RN
(760) 419-9470

Beaumont Elementary
Mission Vista HS

Fraker, Marcela RN
(760) 310-6732

Breeze Hill Elementary
Madison MS

Franck, Lisa RN
(760) 691-0165

THELA 
Vista HS

Gould, Liz RN
(760) 310-8319

Alta Vista HS
Vista Visions
Maryland Elementary
Maj. Gen. Murray HS

Vacant

Alamosa Park Elementary
Roosevelt MS

Mackey, Lisa RN
(760) 419-6404

Bobier Elementary
Mission Meadows ES
VIDA

Vacant

Foothill Oak Elementary
Vista Magnet MS

Roundtree, Lisa RN
(Lead District Nurse)
(760) 419-9471

Empresa Elementary
VATC
Vista Adult School

Schoch, Jennifer RN
(760) 419-9274

Casita Center
Hannalei Elementary
Rancho Minerva MS

Simpson, Sue RN
(760) 310-6167

California Avenue

Vanderpol, Brenda RN
(760) 685-4676

Rancho Buena Vista HS
Vista Academy

Interactive Tracking of Active COVID-19 Cases Around the World by Johns Hopkins

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