COVID-19 Family Resources
Governor Newsom Pulls Back Mandates on Masking (2/28/2022)
Recent COVID-19 Guidance for Schools
Please be aware, we follow both local and state public health guidance, whichever is stricter. Local guidance may be stricter than state guidelines. Refer to our documents for up-to-date guidelines that take into consideration both local and state COVID-19 health and safety rules.
K-12 School Framework & Guidance - https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/K-12-Guidance-2022-23-School-Year.aspx
Isolation and Quarantine of the General Public - https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Guidance-on-Isolation-and-Quarantine-for-COVID-19-Contact-Tracing.aspx
Daily COVID-19 Resources
Parents need to screen their children for symptoms prior to attending school every day. If your child has any covid like symptoms, they are prohibited from attending school until those symptoms are resolved, or an alternative diagnosis is provided by a doctor.
Hands are required to be washed when entering the classroom or leaving the bathroom, students will use hand sanitizer prior to entering the lunchroom.
Physical distancing between students and staff will be maximized as much as is possible when at school. Students will be masked at all times while indoors and will regularly wash their hands and use hand sanitizer throughout the day.
Masking is optional for staff and students but continues to be strongly recommended by CDPH.
Attendance & Absences
Students on quarantine will be placed on temporary independent study, they will be given paper packets to complete while out of school. In order for attendance to be excused during quarantine, the packets must be complete and parents must provide the required quarantine documentation. If your child is unable to attend school for an extended period of time then reach out to your school office and schedule a meeting with your child's principal to discuss what options are available. Learn more about our long-term independent study program by clicking below.
California Department of Public Health (Scroll down to schools)
2021-2022 K-12 Schools Testing Framework (11/1/21)
Cal OSHA Guidelines (1/14/2022)
CDPH Masking Guidelines (1/5/2022)
Pfizer Vaccine Minor Consent Guidance (11/3/2021)
Case Reporting by Schools Guidance (1/14/21)
Outbreak Definition and Reporting Guidance (10/13/20)