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Northfield Public Schools Reported COVID-19 Cases

Last Updated: October 24, 2020

Below is the most recent information about positive COVID-19 test results detected in our school communities. This page is updated whenever the data changes.

For more information see our COVID-19 Updates Page. Other important information is located on the state of Minnesota’s 14-day COVID-19 Case Rate by County (PDF) and Rice County’s Current Situation Update (scroll down for the case rate.) Learn how Northfield Public Schools notifies families and staff when we receive a report of laboratory-positive COVID-19 case. (en Español)

COVID-19 Cases Dashboard

School Current Cases Total Cumulative Cases Last Updated
Bridgewater Elementary 0 0 N/A
Greenvale Park Elementary < 5 < 5 10/18/2020
Sibley Elementary 0 < 5 10/15/2020
Northfield Middle School < 5 < 5 10/18/2020
Northfield High School 5 9 10/24/2020
Area Learning Center 0 0 N/A
Northfield Community Education Center < 5 < 5 10/21/2020
District Offices/Departments < 5 < 5 10/21/2020

Current Cases: The number of positive COVID-19 cases that have been reported to Northfield Public Schools for staff or students in a specific building within the last 14 days.

Total Cumulative Cases: The number of positive COVID-19 cases that have been reported to Northfield Public Schools for staff or students in a specific building since the beginning of the school year.

Last Updated: The last time the District made an update to the record. Updates can include adding a case or removing a case when it no longer is part of the 14-day count.

Please note

Our goal is to share as much information as we are able with those who need to know, while also protecting the privacy of those who have contracted the novel coronavirus. While it is natural to want to know more, we must refrain from speculation and spreading rumors.

Data by school is reported as follows:

  • “0” if there are no cases at a building
  • “< 5” if there are 1-4 cases at a building
  • The actual number of cases will be used if the number of cases is five or greater.