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Superintendent's Update - October 9, 2020:
CUSD Families,
As previously shared, we look forward to beginning to bring students back to campuses as early as next month based on current COVID-19 projections for our county. In addition to a hybrid schedule in which students attend school in one of two groups on alternate days to minimize the number of students on campus at a time (with distance learning on the other days), students will return in grade-level cohorts beginning with PreK/2nd Grade. At this time, the anticipated schedule is as follows:
     PreK-2nd Grade - In-person instruction begins week of November 2, 2020      3rd-6th* Grades - In-person instruction begins week of November 16, 2020      *3rd-5th for Whitmore Charter
Please note that this schedule is contingent on Stanislaus County meeting the conditions for reopening schools, as determined by state and local health officials, and is subject to change should conditions change. As shared last week, Secondary schools (7-12) will take longer to reopen safely, as their potential for the spread of illness is higher due to much larger student populations and intermingling of students changing classes multiple times each day.
Please check ParentSquare for your child(ren)'s group assignment, and contact the Child Welfare & Attendance department at (209) 556-1540 if the assignment presents a hardship for your family. Our goal is that all students in a household remain assigned to the same group; however, in consultation with families, some secondary students' group assignments may be shifted at a later date to balance class sizes and are, therefore, subject to change.
A Reopening & Safety Plan (above) has been developed to reflect guidelines that will be in place to support the safety and well-being of students and staff during in-person instruction, and to provide additional information regarding the academic day. Thank you to the advisory groups of families and staff who provided valuable feedback that helped to inform this plan, which is a working document that may be updated as conditions and recommendations change. Should you have questions not addressed in the Reopening & Safety Plan, please contact your child’s school.
The past months have brought many challenges, and as much as I would like to tell you that things will be back to “normal” soon, unfortunately, we still have a long way to go before that is the case. If your child is struggling, we want to help. Please contact your child’s teacher or school to access the academic and mental health resources that are available.
In addition, the Stanislaus County Health Services Agency and Office of Education want to remind residents that community-wide COVID-19 testing is a critical step to reopening schools and businesses.  Please visit http://www.schsa.org/corona-virus/testing/ to access FREE testing if you have symptoms (such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, or new loss of taste or smell) or believe you may have been exposed.
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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