Will the students be in school?
Yes, we will be holding in-person classes for the 2021-2022 school year, starting on Wednesday, August 25th for all our students.
Will the students have to wear masks?
Will the school day be the same length?
What is the protocol for letting students on campus?
What happens if a student needs to stay home because they are not feeling well or need to quarantine?
What will be the cleaning schedule to ensure that the campus is as clean as possible?
Will the buses this year?
Will there be a hot lunch service or will families have to bring their own lunches?
Will there be specialist classes?
Will middle school students transition to different classrooms or remain in one room and teachers rotate?
The students will resume transitioning to different classrooms during the 21-22 school year.
Will desks be spaced 6 feet apart in the classrooms?
What will happen with the annual overnight field experiences?
If someone develops symptoms at school that could be COVID-19, what needs to happen?
If a student or teacher tests positive, with or without symptoms, will we need to close a class or an entire school?
What qualifies as a “close contact” with a person who has COVID-19?
Is the process for testing children different from adults?
When should I consider getting a COVID-19 test for myself or my child?
Will you continue to offer a distance learning program?
How will symptoms/positive cases be handled? Will the whole class need to be tested or self-quarantine before coming back on campus?
This is dependent on many factors having to do with time, proximity and exposure.However, the California Department of Public Health has updated their quarantine guidance to allow for a modified quarantine when both parties are wearing well-fitting face masks at the time of a school-based exposure to COVID-19. Under the modified quarantine, students can continue in-person learning after exposure, if they:
What is the policy for students attending school if a family member tests positive? Will they need to provide a negative test result?
Those students will most likely need to quarantine for 10 days. If they develop symptoms during that time, they would need to quarantine longer. Any student that tested positive would not be able to return until they had a physician's approval. (That does not necessarily mean a negative test.)