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March 19, 2021

 

CUSD Elementary Families,

 

We are excited to announce that students in Grades TK-6 will return to a full-time schedule (5 days/week), beginning Monday, April 12! CUSD schools will be closed for the Spring Break April 2-9.

 

Students in Grades 4-6 will transition to this schedule with a three-day week beginning March 29:


 The safety of students and staff is our highest priority, and CUSD will continue to observe safety measures including social distancing, wearing of masks, and plexiglass between desks. If you have concerns about your student returning to a full-time schedule, please contact your child’s school.

Thank you.


March 18, 2021

CUSD Secondary Families,

CUSD learned today that, in response to a lawsuit, a San Diego judge has issued a temporary restraining order against the California Department of Public Health with regard to school reopening guidelines. As a result, the uncertainty about reopening our secondary campuses next week has been removed. CUSD will move forward with plans to reopen secondary campuses on a half-day hybrid schedule on Thursday, March 25, whether or not Stanislaus County is reassigned to the red tier. Secondary students who have already returned to in-person instruction or who are participating in an independent learning program are not affected.

As shared earlier this week, students in Grades 7-12 (and Whitmore Charter 6th Grade) will initially attend school on a half-day hybrid schedule through the week of April 12, which encompasses the spring break. Once health and safety protocols are well-established and observed, a full-day hybrid schedule will be implemented, tentatively the week of April 19.

A reminder regarding A/B cohort assignments will be sent tomorrow. If you have concerns about your child returning to in-person instruction, please contact your child’s school.

Thank you.


March 16, 2021

CUSD Secondary Families, Today’s statewide COVID-19 update brought some encouraging news! While Stanislaus County’s adjusted case rate of 11.8 per 100,000 does not meet the criteria (now 10.0 per 100,000) for reclassification to the red tier that will allow reopening of secondary schools, the county’s testing positivity rate has moved into a range that, if sustained, will allow for reassignment to the red tier next week. The testing positivity rate must remain at or below 4.9 percent overall (currently 4.9 percent in Stanislaus County) and at or below 5.3 percent in disadvantaged neighborhoods (currently 4.7 percent in Stanislaus County).
What this means for CUSD students in grades 7-12 is that, if Stanislaus County is reassigned to the red tier on Tuesday, March 23, secondary campuses will reopen for in-person instruction on a hybrid schedule on Thursday, March 25. This is our fervent hope! We are prepared and eager to see ALL students learning in classrooms. Please understand that, if the county remains in the purple tier, reopening will be further delayed. To help keep the numbers moving in the right direction, please continue to practice preventive measures.  For a list of COVID-19 testing sites in Stanislaus County, please visit http://schsa.org/coronavirus/testing/, and for information on vaccines, please visit http://schsa.org/coronavirus/vaccine/.  
Please check ParentSquare on Tuesday next week for an update.
If we are able to reopen secondary campuses on Thursday, March 25 (to be confirmed next week), students in grades 7-12 will initially attend school on a half-day hybrid schedule through the week of April 12, which encompasses the spring break. Once health and safety protocols are well-established and observed, a full-day hybrid schedule will be implemented, tentatively the week of April 19. Again, this timing is contingent upon reassignment next week to the red tier.
Families were notified through ParentSquare on February 25 regarding their children’s group assignment. If you have questions, please contact your child’s school.
Thank you for your resilience and dedication in continuing to support student learning throughout this most challenging school year.

 

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