Hello Parents, Guardians, and Students,

I hope that everyone had an enjoyable holiday and winter break. Over the break Governor Brown announced that the health metrics for allowing in-person education for Preschool-12th grade would be changed from mandatory to advisory. This allows districts leeway in creating a reopening plan that serves the interest of their students. 

It is with great excitement that I share our tentative reopening plan! This is a day that many, myself included, have looked forward to since March 13, 2020. Our plan is to bring back all students, Preschool-12th grade on the following schedule:

Preschool-6th:

Return to full-day in-person instruction n January 11, 2021.

7th-12th:

Return to full-day in-person instruction on January 19, 2021.

At this point, the only reason that we would not be able to reopen or remain open is if there are active cases or an outbreak within our school community.

To that point, PLEASE DO NOT COME TO CAMPUS SICK! That includes, but is not limited to the following signs/symptoms of illness: headache, cough, shortness of breath, chills, sore throat, muscle pain, loss of taste or smell, fever, runny nose, diarrhea, feeling nauseous or vomiting, feeling fatigued, or lack of appetite.

To ensure that our students can return to in-person onsite education, I need your help. Please continue to socially distance, wear masks when appropriate to do so, and practice good hand hygiene by frequently washing or sanitizing your hands. We want our doors to open and remain open to our students. This is going to take everyone making an effort to protect themselves and our community from this virus that has already taken so much from our kids. 

More specific information will come from the Elementary/Middle School regarding pick up, drop off, and bussing.

Thank you,

Jody Cyr
Superintendent