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  • Self-Reporting COVID-19 Cases and Exposures

    APS students and staff should use the electronic forms for self-reportingconfirmed-positive COVID-19 cases. 

    Parents/guardians should use the student form to notify their school as soon as possible if their student receives a positive COVID-19 test. 

    Employees (including charter/partner employees) and contractors should complete the staff form in addition to notifying their supervisor. 

    Individuals exposed to someone with COVID-19 do not need to complete a self-report form. If the student or employee develops symptoms after exposure, the individual should take a COVID-19 test and stay home until their symptoms improve. If the individual tests positive, please return to this page to complete a self-report form. 

    STUDENT Self-Report Form  |  STAFF Self-Report Form

  • For the 2023 – 2024 school year, APS will no longer publicly report total COVID-19 case counts. This is due to the end of COVID-19 surveillance testing in APS schools and buildings. APS will continue to internally monitor the number of COVID-19 cases and provide guidance as needed. 

    Historical cumulative case reports and vaccination rates can still be accessed below. 


Previous COVID-19 Reports

Resource Links

  • These are links to COVID-19 Data Sources that help inform the District’s decision-making:

    Georgia Department of Public Health

    • County Indicator Reports

    The data in this report can be used to assess the extent of COVID-19 community transmission and recent trends by county.


    • COVID-19 Daily Status Report

    The daily status reports contain information reported to DPH on the total number of COVID-19 tests, confirmed COVID-19 cases (PCR positive), ICU admissions, hospitalizations, and deaths attributed to COVID-19. These data are based on available information at the time of the report and may not reflect all cases or tests performed in Georgia. The maps included show the number, levels of community transmission (spread) over 14 days and rate of confirmed COVID-19 cases, and percent positive PCR tests by county of residence. Charts present the number of newly confirmed COVID-19 cases, deaths, PCR tests, and percent positive PCR tests over time. This chart is meant to aid understanding of whether the outbreak is growing, leveling off, or declining and can help to guide the COVID-19 response.


    Fulton County Board of Health

    • Epidemiology Reports

    The Fulton County Board of Health Epidemiology Report features weekly data regarding cases of COVID-19 in the County. This report is updated three times a week to give our community transparency on our current cases and help residents stay aware of the effects of COVID-19 in their area. The report visualizes daily COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths over time, across each region of Fulton County, including a colorized heat map to visualize the number of COVID-19 cases per square mile in relation to Fulton County ZIP codes.


    DeKalb County Board of Health

    • COVID-19 Cases in DeKalb County & Epidemiology Reports


    Atlanta COVID-19 Dashboard

    • The Atlanta COVID-19 Dashboard is a weekly data-driven summary used to inform City of Atlanta COVID-19 reopening decisions, to educate the public on key indicators being used for decision-making, and to ensure transparency on our progress towards a safer and healthier Atlanta.


    CDC’s COVID-19 Community Tool

    • CDC’s COVID-19 Community Levels are a new tool to help communities decide what prevention steps to take based on the latest data. Individuals can use this tool to find community levels and prevention steps by county