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2021-2022 Reopening Highlights:

  • All schools remain open for in-person instruction five days a week at full capacity as allowed by the California Department of Health (CDPH). We have added safety measures to protect the health of students and staff.

  • A Virtual Academy option is available for families who wish to opt out of in-person learning and remain in 100% distance learning.

  • A Roadmap to Reopening Guidebook is available (above) to help families and SBCUSD staff to prepare for returning to in-person learning. The revised version, Roadmap 2.0, includes details about how COVID concerns are handled in schools.

  • Each school has a COVID liaison who can provide guidance for families when students are exposed to COVID-19 and provide free testing for students who are at school.

  • A COVID-19 dashboard provides details about the active and total cumulative positive cases at each school site and Districtwide. You can access the dashboard here.

  • Vaccinations are not currently required for students. You can find answers to frequently asked questions about student vaccinations here. Employees must verify vaccination or test weekly.

SBCUSD continues to monitor and adjust our reopening safety plans in accordance with guidance from the California Department of Public Health. As new information is shared and adopted at the state level, SBCUSD will adjust and refine plans.

A Note from the Superintendent

We are excited to have everyone back in school for in-person instruction — the most effective way for young people to learn and grow. We know our students are looking forward to seeing old friends and making new ones, and seeing their favorite teachers and returning to the classroom for a true hands-on learning experience. And we are enthused about getting back to the sports, arts, and other activities that help make attending school such a worthwhile experience.

As we prepare for a return to traditional learning in classrooms, we want students and parents alike to be absolutely confident that their health and safety is our top priority. Every school in the District has gone to extraordinary lengths to ensure a safe, healthy environment for everyone on campus.

And for families who will have their children experience learning through our new Virtual Academy, we have great options and resources to help them succeed.

You also can rest assured knowing that SBCUSD will continue to diligently monitor local conditions and work closely with state and county health officials to respond quickly if circumstances change. In addition, we will share updates on a regular basis to ensure every parent is equipped with the most current information.

I want to personally thank you for your ongoing support and your continued efforts to help us all stay healthy and get back to a normal life. I look forward to SBCUSD students thriving on campus this school year!

Roadmap to Reopening Vision

The SBCUSD Roadmap to Reopening is a source that will:

  • Provide shared language and understanding of all components necessary for offering safe and healthy learning environments to support social-emotional needs and are academically rigorous for 2021-22 school year

  • Provide a concrete, compiled document for stakeholders to reference for 2021-22 school year

  • Ensure equity and access to necessary information and knowledge for all SBCUSD stakeholders as we return to in-person learning for the 2021-22 school year

Roadmap to Reopening Goals

  • Ensure a smooth transition to offering in-person learning

  • Define the academic and social-emotional learning framework and supports for

  • Offer a K-12 Virtual Academy

Guiding Principles

To ensure a successful return to in-person learning, SBCUSD identified four guiding principles for a holistic approach to making our schools better than ever. Work teams were formed that identified the top priorities to make this a reality. Following are the key guiding principles:

  • Social-Emotional Learning: Mental & Physical Wellness
    • Implement the most current federal and state health and safety guidance
    • Promote and expand physical and mental health supports
    • Develop and implement a comprehensive, integrated wellness system for our District community of staff, students, and families

  • Equity, Inclusion & Access
    • Ensure clear and consistent communication with all stakeholders
    • Demonstrate commitment to providing opportunities for success for ALL students
    • Positively impact outcomes by supporting the needs of all students, including economically disadvantaged, students with disabilities, LGBTQ+, homeless students, foster youth, English language learners, and students from
      diverse cultures

  • High-quality learning & academic achievement
    • Provide equitable and inclusive, rigorous, standards-based Instruction focused on a whole-child approach
    • Deliver high quality professional development that builds capacity in all SBCUSD stakeholders
    • Develop expanded learning opportunities for all students

  • Safe Facilities & Operations
    • Focus on the safety of students, families, and staff
    • Follow state and local public health guidelines
    • Provide systems, structures, and resources to meet the needs of the school community

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Safety Measures at Schools
Learning Options
Top Things Families Need to Know
Preparing your child for school
Supporting your child's learning
Maintaining Healthy Environments
When Someone Gets Sick
Frequently Asked Questions
Governing Guidance
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Keeping Schools Open for Teaching and Learning
COVID-19 Evaluation Steps
COVID-19 Dashboard
Testing Protocols and Vaccine Mandates
Notification Letters
Definitions & Acronyms
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COVID-19 Screening Questionnaire
How to Wash and Store a Cloth Face Covering

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