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July 13, 2020

CUSD Families and Staff,

As previously shared with you, we have been optimistic that CUSD would be able to welcome students back to school for in-person learning on August 12, but have also been planning and preparing for other scenarios based on the rapidly changing nature of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Earlier today, during a weekly call between Stanislaus County school district superintendents and the Stanislaus County Health Services Agency, we were informed that the current rate of new infections and hospitalizations in Stanislaus County does not support the safe reopening of schools.  Unfortunately, it is highly unlikely that these conditions will improve sufficiently by August 12 to allow for in-person learning.  At this time, CUSD is planning for a robust distance learning program until Stanislaus County schools are allowed to return to face-to-face instruction.  We will continue to work closely with our county public health department to ensure that this happens as quickly as conditions allow, but it is not known at this time when reopening will be permitted.

This is obviously not the news we had hoped for, and we know you will have many questions and concerns as we move toward the start of the new school year.  More information will be forthcoming soon.

We are committed to doing all we can to support students’ learning in whatever form it takes.  Thank you for your patience and support as we move forward together. 

Sincerely,

 Scott Siegel, Ed.D.

 Superintendent

 

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