We continue to adjust to this new way of learning through remote instruction as we await the return of our students for in-person hybrid learning. To help support families at all stages, as we 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.

Latest COVID-19 Data

Last updated Wednesday, January 6, 2021

COVID-19 King County Test Positivity data (seven-day average)

This is the determining metric for starting in-person hybrid learning for students in kindergarten through 3rd grade. Once the positive test rate falls below 5 percent and stays below 5 percent for a minimum of seven consecutive days we will bring back kindergarten and first grade students. If the metric holds, second and third grade students will return a few weeks later.

The latest positivity data is available as a chart on King County's Daily COVID-19 outbreak summary page:

Screenshot showing location of positivity chart on King County website

COVID-19 case rate within ISD boundaries

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

We report on possible exposures, confirmed student cases, and confirmed staff cases. The goal is to inform the ISD community of potential risks and promote transparent communication.

Elementary schools

Middle schools

High schools

Other facilities