Coronavirus Resources for Schools

Placer COE-Schools Quick Reference 040320

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Placer County Public Schools and State Preschools Reference Guide for Elected Officials As of April 3, 2020 CURRENT OVERVIEW Based on guidance from Placer County Health Officer Dr. Aimee Sisson, Placer County public schools and state preschool facilities will remain closed for in-person instruction through the remainder of the 2019-20 academic year. "Based on modeling of the COVID-19 outbreak in California and in Placer County, it will not be safe for students to return to school in a traditional in-person model through the end of May into early June," Sisson said. Instruction will continue to students through online or other home-learning models. Seniors who are on track to graduate will graduate. This decision aligns with recommendations shared earlier this week from both Governor Newsom and State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond. Read the full press release. Parents, students and families will continue to receive updates and information regarding grades, transcripts, commencement ceremonies, summer school options and more from their school districts and charter schools regularly through email, by phone and through social media. School facilities will stay open to staff for essential tasks. Schools will continue to provide meals and childcare, when possible. The end of the school year will follow the district calendars for all students.

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