The increase in school cases mirror the rapid rise across the county and around the state.
Gov. Mike DeWine announced a statewide overnight curfew of 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. that went into effect Thursday as part of the effort to slow the spread of the virus.
The Clark County Board of Health approved a 28-day stay-at-home advisory to be effective through Dec. 27.
“When you are not going to work and you are not going to school and you are not getting food or the necessities of life, the board wants you to consider staying home. Basically hunkering down for the next 28 days,” Clark County Combined Health District Commissioner Charles Patterson said.
Several school districts have adjusted their learning options to offer hybrid learning for students that previoulsy chose in-person learning.
Cases reported on the dashboard lag one week, meaning cases reported on Thursday were from the week of Nov. 10-16.
The dashboard tracks cases of COVID-19 in all public and private K-12 schools across the state. Data displayed on the board includes all student and staff cases broken into two categories: new and cumulative. The board is updated each Thursday.