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December 3, 2020:

CUSD Families,
Today, Governor Newsom announced a Regional Stay Home Order to be implemented when ICU capacity within a given region drops below 15%.  While the San Joaquin Valley region, which encompasses Stanislaus County, does not yet meet this criteria, this is projected to change within the coming days, and a stay-home order is anticipated for our region by mid-December (read the governor’s order HERE).
What does this mean for CUSD schools? The governor’s order does not impact schools that have already reopened for in-person learning, with or without a waiver. If your child is currently attending school in person, he or she will continue to attend in person. Guidance for school districts allows in-person hybrid and small-group instruction models without modification.
CUSD will continue to stringently observe the health and safety protocols outlined in our Reopening & Safety Plan, which include recommendations from state and local health officials for the wearing of masks, physical distancing, cleaning and disinfecting, and other measures.  Thank you to students, staff, and families for following these protocols.  Your diligence and support have been vital to keeping schools open and safe.
As we approach the holiday break, which begins December 18, it remains crucial to wear masks outside the home, avoid gathering with non-household members, and to stay home (and keep children home) when sick. This is a difficult but necessary step in reducing the transmission of illness, reopening schools for all students, and regaining a sense of normalcy. I know we all look forward to that time.
In the meantime, if your child is struggling to manage emotions, behaviors, and/or academics, please reach out through the teacher or school for support. 
Thank you,
Scott Siegel, Ed.D., Superintendent

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TO LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR DISTANCE LEARNING PLAN, VIEW A WEBINAR HELD JULY 31, 2020 (CLICK FOR ENGLISH OR SPANISH).

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