Mansfield ISD is committed to opening school buildings with guidelines that prioritize public health and protect our students and staff to the greatest extent possible. In addition to that commitment, we also understand the need for transparency as we face this global pandemic together.
The district will be providing the numbers of lab-confirmed positive COVID-19 cases as well as the recovery status of those cases on a daily basis below. Per state requirements, the positive cases must also be reported to Tarrant County Public Health (TCPH) and the Texas Education Agency (TEA).
Cases will also be communicated via email directly to the employees and parents of affected campuses. Please note that one lab-confirmed positive case could result in multiple letters being sent out because a student or staff member could have visited more than one location.
- Student cases are being tracked for students attending in-person learning and those participating in MISD extracurricular activities.
- Active cases are individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19 and are currently in home isolation.
- Recovered cases are individuals who were previously diagnosed, are now past the infectious period and require no further quarantine or isolation.
Total Active Student Cases
Total Active Staff Cases
Total Recovered Student Cases
Total Recovered Staff Cases
Total Student Quarantines
Total Staff Quarantines
Quarantine helps prevent spread of disease that can occur before a person knows they are sick or if they are infected with the virus without feeling symptoms.
- Quarantined close contacts are healthy individuals who have been exposed to a positive case within six feet for a cumulative 15 minutes. These individuals are asked to isolate so that if they did contract COVID-19 from the positive case, they would not transmit it on to others throughout the school. Please note: Mansfield ISD only reports quarantine numbers of exposures to positive cases that occurred while at an MISD campus and/or facility.
- Quarantine Period - Mansfield ISD has been in continuous talks with local health experts after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Tarrant County Public Health (TCPH) released information about reducing the quarantine time of exposed individuals. We are still assessing and evaluating the feasibilities of the options presented. In the meantime, MISD will continue to adhere to the 14-day quarantine period.
This page is updated on a daily basis (excluding weekends and district holidays) by the MISD Health Services Department. If you have further questions, please contact the Health Services Department at 817-299-6370.