This fall, parents and school employees have been forced to make extremely tough choices with scant, confusing and often contradictory health and safety guidance from their local, state and federal government.
Against this backdrop, FEA’s Safe Schools Report is an effort to collect and display important, factual information surrounding the opening of school campuses across the state. We hope that in some small way the information displayed on this page will help our members and Florida’s families find the crucial information they need to navigate the competing concerns brought on by the pandemic.
The Safe Schools Report is updated on Tuesday and Friday afternoons. It was last updated on Dec. 1 at 3:35 p.m.
Florida educators and family members who have died from Covid-19 since Commissioner Corcoran’s July 6 Reopening Order.
Florida’s statewide Covid-19 pediatric positive testing rate. The Florida Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends 5% as the upper threshold of testing for students to return to school.
52 counties are above 10%.
Confirmed Florida higher education students and staff who’ve tested positive for Covid-19.
(Above is a partial list based on published news reports and cumulative university reports. To submit additional information please use the form below.)
Confirmed full-school closings since the first Florida schools started to reopen on Aug. 10.
Confirmed classroom closings and quarantines since the first Florida schools started to reopen on Aug. 10. This list includes full and partial classroom closings, as well as the classrooms from the full-school closings above.
Want to share something about your school or district’s reopening?
Please to complete the reporting form to provide vital information if you have information regarding:
- An outbreak in a school or worksite
- A school worksite or classroom closure related to Covid-19
- A suppression of Covid exposure information
- A lack of adequate district/school administrator response to confirmed Covid cases
- Any other Covid related concern
Please leave your contact information to allow for confirmation, and we will guard your personal information and only share with your expressed permission.
If you fear retaliation, or wish to remain anonymous for any reason, you may fill the form only identifying your county and role.
If you have an active health and safety emergency requiring immediate attention please contact your local union. If you are seeking legal assistance, please also contact your local union.