Four new COVID cases reported at three Orillia schools

There are two new cases in Orchard Park, one at Monsignor Lee and one at OSS, according to today’s report

There are 12 new COVID-19 cases reported at schools throughout Simcoe County today.

There are a total of 100 active COVID-19 cases reported by local school boards at Simcoe County schools from 6 p.m. 16.00 on 24 November.

Orchard Park Public School in Orillia reports two incidents and one affected classroom.

Orillia Secondary School is also reporting a new case.

Monsignor Lee Catholic School in Orillia reports a new case today, adding a case and an affected classroom previously reported at the school.

New today at Ferndale Woods Elementary School in Barrie is a coincidence and an affected classroom.

Fieldcrest Elementary School in Bradford also reports a case and affected classroom.

There are two new cases and a new affected classroom at Forest Hill Public School in Midhurst. This adds to two cases and an affected classroom previously reported at the school.

Innisdale Secondary School in Barrie reports a new case today.

St. John Vianney Catholic School in Barrie reports a case and affected classroom today.

Pr. On November 15, the board changed how it reports cases to its advisory board, and postpones reporting on certain schools to the health unit. There are now four Barrie schools, one Cumberland Beach school and one Everett school that no longer have cases listed in the advisory committee where the health unit reports cases on:

  • Terry Fox Elementary School (seven cases in total)
  • WC Little Elementary School (10 cases in total)
  • Emma King Public School (a new one today, nine cases in total)
  • Maple Grove Public School (a new one today, 12 cases in total)
  • Severn Shores Public School (seven cases in total)
  • Tosorontio Central Public School (six cases in total)

The health unit does not report affected classrooms.

Simcoe County District School Board has 75 confirmed active cases at 20 schools according to their advisory board. In addition to the cases reported by the Health Unit above, they are:

  • Ardagh Bluffs Public School in Barrie, four cases and three affected classrooms
  • Cookstown Central Public School in Cookstown, a case and an affected classroom
  • Ernest Cumberland Elementary School in Alliston has a new case and an affected classroom.
  • Ferndale Woods Elementary School in Barrie has a case and an affected classroom
  • Fieldcrest Elementary School in Bradford, a case and affected classroom
  • Forest Hill Public School in Midhurst, four cases, two classroom closures
  • Holly Meadows Elementary School in Barrie, a case and an affected classroom
  • Hewitt’s Creek Public School in Barrie reports two cases and one affected classroom.
  • Lions Oval Public School in Orillia reports a case.
  • Orchard Park Public School in Orillia, two cases and an affected classroom.
  • Trillium Woods Elementary School in Barrie reports a case and an affected classroom.
  • West Bayfield Elementary School in Barrie, two cases and two affected classrooms
  • Innisdale Secondary School in Barrie reports a new case
  • Orillia Secondary School, a case in point

According to the Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board, there are currently 16 active cases across 13 schools:

  • Holy Cross Catholic School in Innisfil reports one case.
  • Monsignor Lee Catholic School in Orillia reports two cases and one affected classroom.
  • Our Lady of Grace Catholic School is Angus reporting a case and an affected classroom.
  • Our Lady of Lourde’s Catholic School in Elmvale reports a case.
  • St. Angela Merici Catholic School in Bradford reports a case and an affected classroom.
  • St. Ann’s Catholic School in the Penetanguishene reports a case and an affected classroom.
  • St. Catherine from Siena Catholic School in Barrie reports a case and an affected classroom.
  • St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School in Innisfil reports a case and an affected classroom.
  • St. John Vianney Catholic School in Barrie, a case and an affected classroom
  • St. Marie from the incarnated Catholic school in Bradford has three cases and one classroom affected
  • St. Mary’s Catholic School in Collingwood reports a case and an affected classroom.
  • Holy Trinity Catholic High School in Bradford, one case and two affected classrooms
  • St. Joseph’s Catholic High School in Barrie reports a case and two affected classrooms.

The MonAvenir Catholic School Board has reported that an employee and a student have tested positive at the École secondaire catholique Nouvelle-Alliance in Barrie.

At the Conseil scolaire Viamonde, École secondaire Le Caron in the Penetanguishene has seven confirmed cases per. November 19th.

Current school outbreaks in Simcoe County include:

  • On November 22, Hewitt’s Creek Public School, Barrie, declared three cases
  • The Tosorontio Central Public School, Everett, declared six cases on November 22
  • The ESC Nouvelle Alliance (high school), Barrie, declared two cases on November 19th.
  • ES Le Caron High School, Penetanguishene, declared on November 19 seven cases
  • Forest Hill Public School, Midhurst, declared four cases on Nov. 19
  • St. Ann’s elementary school, the Penetanguishene, declared two cases on November 19
  • West Bayfield Elementary School, Barrie, declared seven cases on Nov. 18
  • Trillium Woods Elementary School, Barrie, declared five cases on Nov. 18
  • Severn Shores Public School, Cumberland Beach, declared seven cases on Nov. 18
  • Emma King Elementary School, Barrie, declared November 17 nine cases
  • Maple Grove Public School, Barrie, declared 12 cases Nov. 16
  • St. Joan of Arc Secondary School, Barrie, declared five cases on Nov. 16
  • St. Marie of the Incarnation, Bradford, declared six cases on November 15th
  • Monsignor Clair Elementary School, Barrie, declared five cases on November 15th
  • WC Little Elementary School, Barrie, declared Nov. 10 10 cases
  • Nottawa Elementary School, Clearview Township, declared three cases on Nov. 12
  • Terry Fox Elementary School, Barrie, declared seven cases on Nov. 10
  • St. Catherine of Siena Elementary School, Barrie, declared Nov. 11 11 cases

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