Tracking confirmed COVID-19 cases in schools
This list shows schools that have reported cases of COVID-19 in recent days across our coverage area (as per the Ontario government's website and local school boards).
A positive case at a school does not mean the individual was exposed to COVID-19 at the school. Public health officials investigate each case and notify individuals who may be at risk.
Simcoe Muskoka Catholic School Board
Holy Family Catholic School
St. James Catholic School
St. Michael the Archangel Catholic School
St. Paul's Catholic School
St. Joan of Arc Catholic High School
St. Joseph's Catholic High School
St. Peter's Catholic Secondary School
East Oro PS
Lake Simcoe PS
Portage View PS
Steele Street PS
W.C. Little ES
Banting Memorial HS
Bradford District HS
Nantyr Shores SS
Twin Lakes SS
Adult Learning and Education Centres
SCDSB Education Centre
Trillium Lakes District School Board
No schools to report in our region.
Upper Grand District School Board
Centennial Hylands Elementary School
Centre Dufferin District High School
Glenbrook Elementary School
Montgomery Village Public School
Dufferin County Peel District School Board
No schools to report.
Bluewater District School Board
Hillcrest Elementary School
Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir
École secondaire catholique Renaissance
York Catholic District School Board
St. Brendan Catholic Elementary School
St. Brigid Catholic Elementary School
St. Maximilian Kolbe Catholic High School
York Region District School Board
Armitage Village Public School
Aurora High School
Clearmeadow Public School
Devins Drive Public School
Dr G W Williams Secondary School
Dr John M Denison Secondary School
Huron Heights Secondary School
Keswick High School
Newmarket High School
Rogers Public School
Springwater Child Care Centre 2 - Barrie
Glen Cedar School Age Program - Newmarket
Among Friends Day Care - St. Brigid Child Care - Stouffville
The list will be updated as the information becomes available by the province.
To find out more information regarding a case within a school board, contact the local public health unit.
No personal information will be posted.
The provincial government provides a full list of Ontario schools with confirmed cases on its website.