DCPS Rapid Testing Results for January 5, 2022


This information was updated at 11:00 am on January 6. Updates are bolded.

More than 48,000 DC Public Schools students and staff provided their COVID-19 test results to support a safe return to the classroom following winter break. The majority of tests reported were rapid antigen tests distributed at school.

Positive Reported Cases By School

The following table includes results reported from tests taken on January 4 and 5, 2022. You can search by school name, sort each column, and use the arrows at the bottom to view additional entries. Data is current as of 11:00 am on January 6 and may fluctuate.

DCPS Positive Cases By School

COVID-19 test results reported by students and staff from January 4 through January 5, 2022. As of 11:00 am on January 6.
School NameWardTotal # Staff Submissions# of Staff PositivesTotal # Student SubmissionsTotal # Student Positives
Ross ES23011456
Military Road Early Learning Center4310464
Peabody ES (Capitol Hill Cluster)63732034
Ron Brown College Preparatory High School74211457
Thaddeus Stevens Early Learning Center2431523
Moten ES845913010
McKinley MS54711849
Watkins ES (Capitol Hill Cluster)647636521
Whittier ES44712957
Bunker Hill ES54951603
Drew ES75061243
Shepherd ES451534424
Noyes ES552720815
Brent ES653740314
Wheatley EC553223613
Bard High School Early College DC (Bard DC)754429212
Burrville ES75441457
Luke C. Moore HS5542591
Aiton ES75541587
C.W. Harris ES755414210
Key ES356333312
Randle Highlands ES756521011
Capitol Hill Montessori School @ Logan157732716
Nalle ES757321719
Simon ES85711415
Smothers ES75751389
Hearst ES358633415
Thomas ES758719213
Van Ness ES658529417
Hendley ES859817618
Malcolm X ES @ Green85961036
Stuart-Hobson MS (Capitol Hill Cluster)659242811
Garfield ES86151468
Hyde-Addison ES261435313
Mann ES361434913
School-Within-School @ Goding661431911
Thomson ES261723718
Ballou STAY HS8625963
Eaton ES362440216
King, M.L. ES86251535
Kramer MS862111453
Eliot-Hine MS664526712
Garrison ES264229617
Brookland MS565428515
Savoy ES86541528
Amidon-Bowen ES666528421
Burroughs ES566421420
John Lewis ES466431920
Ketcham ES866621110
LaSalle-Backus ES4661120831
Plummer ES766317115
Cleveland ES167221324
Houston ES76771779
Kimball ES767626516
Langdon ES567427216
Benjamin Banneker HS168451555
Sousa MS76861415
Truesdell ES468432522
Hardy MS269347717
Stoddert ES369440211
Jefferson Middle School Academy670828710
Payne ES670625611
Phelps Architecture, Construction and Engineering HS570427011
Johnson, John Hayden MS871320210
Maury ES672549418
School Without Walls HS273457430
Roosevelt STAY HS474716113
Walker-Jones EC675724517
J.O. Wilson ES678631414
Ludlow-Taylor ES678103869
Leckie EC879931014
Seaton ES679530624
Marie Reed ES180739222
Stanton ES880522910
Miner ES683624020
McKinley Technology HS584762639
Bruce-Monroe ES @ Park View1861341151
Kelly Miller MS786429112
Turner ES887631923
Raymond ES4881329312
Tubman ES189539933
H.D. Cooke ES190533434
Janney ES391266316
Browne EC594732920
Excel Academy89432459
Boone ES895925210
Ida B. Wells Middle School495846729
Dorothy I. Height ES496636525
Langley ES596524410
Tyler ES6971438532
Powell ES4101847439
Beers ES7102322710
Hart MS8102226310
Patterson ES8102417213
Coolidge HS4104953932
Murch ES3105758015
River Terrace EC71056651
Anacostia HS810641879
School Without Walls @ Francis-Stevens2107546032
Barnard ES41091147733
MacFarland MS41121053941
Takoma ES4113735629
Dunbar HS5117452616
Woodson, H.D. HS7120632214
Brightwood ES4121454458
Duke Ellington School of the Arts1122949932
Oyster-Adams Bilingual School3122269537
Ballou HS8123644015
Eastern HS61361351020
Lafayette ES41361182030
Bancroft ES11451941123
Deal MS316110133058
Cardozo EC11671052542
Roosevelt HS4171858428
Columbia Heights EC (CHEC)117216128380
Woodrow Wilson HS3207111899118

Situational Virtual Learning Announcements

The following schools will adjust operations and shift to virtual learning:

  • Jefferson Middle School (January 6 through January 17)

School Operations Assessment Criteria

We recognize the decision to move to situational virtual learning for any school is disappointing and presents difficulties for our families. DCPS reviews three key metrics in assessing the need to shift operations for our schools:

  1. Guidance from health authorities: If public health authorities recommended the closure of any school, we would immediately follow that guidance.
  2. Educational continuity: Our objective is to minimize educational disruption to our students.
  3. Operational impacts: We will assess the impact on school operations from any staffing absences.