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UCS COVID 19 Dashboard

UCS COVID-19 Dashboard

The table below reports in the number of positive and probable cases of COVID-19 in Utica Community Schools.  Individuals who were personally impacted by the below reported cases have received personal outreaches from the school district. Also, school communities where a confirmed case was reported have received information from their school principal.  Probable cases are also reported in the sheet below as required by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. 

Other important dashboards are located at the following links:


UCS Dashboard
*This report is in accordance with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Emergency Order effective October 12, 2020.
**Best viewed using the Chrome Browser
*** Data displayed for most recent twenty-four hours should be considered tentative as confirming and tracing determinations are likely in progress.  Once finalized, data will be amended accordingly.  

Dashboard Column Definitions:
Date Reported: 
The date the district received the report.

Location: The home building or building(s) visited by the affected individual.

# of Confirmed or Probable Cases: An individual is considered a probable or confirmed case if any of the following occur:
a) A positive rapid antigen COVID-19 test result was received.
b) An individual is symptomatic after exposure to a probable or confirmed individual within the past 14 days.
c) A positive PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test result was received. 

Affiliation (Student, Staff, Other):
Student: A UCS student, including all in-person and Virtual Academy students.
Staff: A UCS employee, including all in-person and Virtual Academy staff.
Other: Non-staff, non-student individual, such as a vendor.




State of Michigan information is available at this link

More information regarding Macomb County COVID-19 data is available at this link

Self-Screening Process

Self-screening students before school is essential to the health and safety of the school community. 

Before your child leaves in the morning, ask these two questions:

    • In the last 24 hours, has your child developed any of the following symptoms that are new/different/worse from baseline of any chronic illness: cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, new loss of smell and new loss of taste?
    • In the last 24 hours, has your child developed any of the following symptoms that are new/different/worse from baseline chronic illness: subjective fever (felt feverish) or measured temperature 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher chills or rigors (sever chills with shivering), headache, sore throat, muscle aches, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, runny nose or congestion and fatigue?