CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Twelve schools serving Coral Springs had 23 new cases of Covid-19 among students, teachers, staff, and other people during the week of Nov. 15-21, according to the Florida Department of Health.
That included five at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School which services students in Coral Springs and Parkland.
The Florida Department of Health data came from Broward County Health Department as part of the information gathered on those who have tested positive for the virus.
It’s not clear how many, if any, of the 23 people remain positive as of Wednesday.
Here are the schools, according to the data:
- Center Academy-Coral Springs: a staff member – with symptoms.
- Coral Springs High School: a staff member and an unknown person - both with symptoms.
- Eagle Ridge Elementary School: a student and an unknown person - one with symptoms and one without symptoms.
- Forest Glen Middle School: a student - with no symptoms.
- J. P. Taravella High School: two students - both with symptoms.
- Maplewood Elementary School: a student - with symptoms.
- Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School: five students - two with symptoms, two without symptoms, and one unknown if there are symptoms.
- Park Springs Elementary School: a student - with no symptoms.
- Parkside Elementary School: two students and a staff member - two with symptoms and one without symptoms.
- Ramblewood Middle School: a student - and it’s unknown if student had symptoms.
- Renaissance Charter School at Coral Springs: two students and a staff member - two with symptoms and one without symptoms.
- Sawgrass Springs Middle School: a teacher - with symptoms.
The most new cases in Broward County from Nov. 15-21 was at Miramar High School, with 12 students and two staff members, according to the data.
To see the list of all Florida schools with Covid-19 cases, click here.
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