LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — There have been almost 400 positive cases of COVID-19 reported related to the Clark County School District since July 1.
As of Aug. 12, there are 391 total positive cases. That is up 49 since Wednesday's report.
Those numbers include 143 school staff (131 Wednesday); 126 central staff (116 Wednesday); and 122 students.
Most of the cases were reported at the elementary school level (135, including 71 school staff, 20 central staff and 44 students) and the least amount (under 10) are in the adult school category.
69 cases have been reported at the middle school level and 92 at the high school level (43 school staff, 13 central staff and 36 students).
Schools at the middle school level include Cadwallader, Hyde Park, Thurman White Academy of the Arts, Silvestri, Kenny Guinn Middle School, Fertitta, and Findlay.
Parents and guardians, please check your student before leaving home to make sure they are feeling well and do not have any symptoms next week. Here is CCSD's parent protocol guide. pic.twitter.com/mn6X6J5DaT— CCSD (@ClarkCountySch) August 12, 2021
Schools at the high school level include Las Vegas High School, Foothill High School, Coronado, Desert Oasis, Clark and Spring Valley.
The ZIP code with the most CCSD-related cases is 89121, which is on the east side of the valley, with 35 cases.
Schools include Ferron Elementary School, Ullom Elementary and John F. Miller School.
Schools within CCSD are not the only ones that have had students test positive.
Over the last 2 days, 50 students at Coral Academy in Henderson have been told to self-quarantine because of 2 positive student cases.