DCPS Rapid Testing Results for January 6, 2022


As of January 6, more than 49,000 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 between January 4-6, 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 5:00 pm on January 6 and may fluctuate.

January 5 data report is available here.

DCPS Positive Reported Cases By School

COVID-19 test results reported by students and staff from January 4 through January 6, 2022. As of 5:00 pm on January 6.
School NameWardTotal # Staff Submissions# of Staff PositivesTotal # Student SubmissionsTotal # Student Positives
Aiton ES75751617
Amidon-Bowen ES667528821
Anacostia HS8108420410
Ballou HS8124644615
Ballou STAY HS86551135
Bancroft ES11471941323
Bard High School Early College DC (Bard DC)754429812
Barnard ES41091150038
Beers ES7102323311
Benjamin Banneker HS168451755
Boone ES895925710
Brent ES653740514
Brightwood ES4121455359
Brookland MS566429815
Browne EC596734823
Bruce-Monroe ES @ Park View1861341351
Bunker Hill ES55261634
Burroughs ES566422021
Burrville ES75441467
C.W. Harris ES756415913
Capitol Hill Montessori School @ Logan157733417
Cardozo EC11691254943
Cleveland ES167221524
Columbia Heights EC (CHEC)117416130180
Coolidge HS4105956033
Deal MS316311134358
Dorothy I. Height ES498637025
Drew ES75261253
Duke Ellington School of the Arts1124951132
Dunbar HS5118453816
Eastern HS61371452123
Eaton ES363540617
Eliot-Hine MS664527214
Excel Academy894327111
Garfield ES86251578
Garrison ES265229718
H.D. Cooke ES190534034
Hardy MS269348420
Hart MS8102226610
Hearst ES364733516
Hendley ES860819219
Houston ES76871879
Hyde-Addison ES261436717
Ida B. Wells Middle School497847630
J.O. Wilson ES680632214
Janney ES394266916
Jefferson Middle School Academy6751329211
John Lewis ES466432321
Johnson, John Hayden MS871320910
Kelly Miller MS786431914
Ketcham ES867621410
Key ES357333614
Kimball ES768627018
King, M.L. ES86251545
Kramer MS863111474
Lafayette ES41361182331
Langdon ES567428316
Langley ES596525112
LaSalle-Backus ES4661121731
Leckie EC879931314
Ludlow-Taylor ES6791039110
Luke C. Moore HS5542741
MacFarland MS41121054943
Malcolm X ES @ Green85961076
Mann ES361435215
Marie Reed ES180739522
Maury ES672549518
McKinley MS54711929
McKinley Technology HS584763539
Military Road Early Learning Center4310474
Miner ES684625120
Moten ES846913916
Murch ES3105758215
Nalle ES757322019
Noyes ES553721815
Oyster-Adams Bilingual School3124270537
Patterson ES8102417513
Payne ES672625711
Peabody ES (Capitol Hill Cluster)63732045
Phelps Architecture, Construction and Engineering HS570427713
Plummer ES766317415
Powell ES4101847840
Randle Highlands ES757521211
Raymond ES4881330613
River Terrace EC71086721
Ron Brown College Preparatory High School74211457
Roosevelt HS4176868133
Roosevelt STAY HS474717113
Ross ES23111456
Savoy ES86641598
School Without Walls @ Francis-Stevens2109546432
School Without Walls HS273457730
School-Within-School @ Goding662432011
Seaton ES679530824
Shepherd ES451534624
Simon ES85711477
Smothers ES75751399
Sousa MS76861517
Stanton ES880523710
Stoddert ES369440511
Stuart-Hobson MS (Capitol Hill Cluster)660343812
Takoma ES4113735929
Thaddeus Stevens Early Learning Center2431523
Thomas ES758719413
Thomson ES262824318
Truesdell ES468433122
Tubman ES192540333
Turner ES887632323
Tyler ES6981438733
Van Ness ES658529817
Walker-Jones EC676724919
Watkins ES (Capitol Hill Cluster)647636722
Wheatley EC553224315
Whittier ES44712967
Woodrow Wilson HS3214111923124
Woodson, H.D. HS7122633215

Situational Virtual Learning Announcements

The reported positive case data is one element that reflects the impacts to a particular school. When considering the staffing impacts on school operations, we evaluate the specific roles that are affected and what this will mean for school operations.

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

  • Cardozo Education Campus (January 7)
  • Jefferson Middle School (January 6 through January 17)
  • LaSalle-Backus Elementary School (January 7 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.