The phases of reopening



    • No In-person instruction; all students have access to grade-level content, assessments, peer-to-peer and peer-to-teacher interaction, as well as instructional minutes that meet or exceed state standards.



    • Students have small group opportunities to receive In-person support for distance learning, with a focus on serving our students with unstable housing and who have experienced significant regression during distance learning.


    • Conduct in-person initial English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC) and urgent Special Education assessments.



    • Some students in grades PK-5, Special Education, and Mental Health Enriched Classrooms return to In-person instruction in A/B rotations, with 8-10 students per class for a minimum of two days per week. Students in grades 6-8 return following the successful opening of elementary campuses and return of the priority students above, followed by students in grades 9-12.


    • Students would be scheduled In-person based on available staffing of teachers, substitutes, classified staff, and program partner staff.


    • Some students have additional small group instruction, based on need.



    • Distance learning will continue to be an option to students. We are committed to offering a quality distance learning program during all phases.


    • Students will be kept in small, stable, groups with fixed membership that stay together for all activities (e.g., instruction, lunch, recess) for a minimum of four weeks at a time.


    • Cohorts will minimize/avoid contact with other groups or individuals.