Welcome to Roseville Joint Union High School District's website for COVID-19 information
June 25, 2020
Hello, families! We hope the first few weeks of summer have given you an opportunity to rest and recharge. We’ve rounded up FAQs and up-to-date information we wanted to share. We will continue to communicate frequently, as updates become available. Stay safe and healthy!
1. Has a decision been made to host a formal in-person graduation @theGrounds for the Class of 2020?
Given the results of the parent survey, the finite resources we have at this time and the uncertainty of future State health guidelines, we have made the difficult, yet necessary decision not to host a ceremony in July 2020. Our principals will communicate plans with their school communities about a future Class of 2020 in-person gathering when local health guidelines allow.
2. Will students be able to return to class in August?
At this time, we are prepared to implement three delivery models given the health guidance at the time school opens. The plans include:
A. A traditional schedule, with 5-days at school (distance learning option included)
B. A hybrid schedule, with some at-home instruction days and some in-school instruction days (distance learning option included)
C. A full time distance learning model, as a result of health mandate for all students (with credentialed RJUHSD teacher)
Detailed plans will be presented at our next school board meeting July 28, 2020. Once we have more information, it will be posted to our website and social channels.
3. If students do return to school, will masks be required?
We will follow the state and local health guidelines and recommend students and staff do the same. As of today, the answer is yes, but we also know that our health directives are changing rapidly. We also understand the many challenges that come with and without wearing a mask.
4. We recently moved to the area, how do I register my child?
Welcome! The best way to register is to head to our website to learn more information about what you’ll need to get started: www.rjuhsd.us/enrollment
5. How does my child obtain a work permit over the summer?
Over the summer work permits are processed at Independence High School. Please click on this link to download the work permit application. Once the application is completed take it into Independence High School Monday - Thursday between 9AM - 3PM.
6. What is the status of athletics and other activities?
At this time, athletic competition for the 2020 - 21 school year has not been determined. Currently, we have been allowed to provide limited athletic conditioning and skill development. For more information regarding fall athletics please go to this link CIF June 12 Statement Other activities such as performing arts (i.e., marching band, dance team, etc.) will follow similar guidance as athletics and will be implemented once sites are ready to support these activities.
Stay informed using a reliable source. Information is changing frequently.
Additional guidance is available on county websites (full Placer guidance is available here). Check and subscribe to your county’s Public Health website and social media pages:
Placer County: www.placer.ca.gov/coronavirus
The Roseville Joint Union High School District is committed to serving nutritious meals through summer break. To that end, we have received a waiver from the State of California that allows us to provide free breakfast and lunch to ALL STUDENTS (age of 18 years and younger) in our district. We will continue to serve to-go style meals to students from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at the following school locations:
- Antelope High School
- Granite Bay High School
- Oakmont High School
- Roseville HIgh School
- Woodcreek High School
We will have drive-up and walk-up options. Meals will include lunch, in addition to a breakfast for the next day.
Recent COVID-19 Messages
6/11/20 Frequently Asked Questions
5/28/20 Frequently Asked Questions
5/21/20 Frequently Asked Questions
5/14/20: Frequently Asked Questions
5/07/20: Frequently Asked Questions
4/30/20: Frequently Asked Questions
4/20/20: RJUHSD Grading Guidlines
3/26/20: School Closure Extended
3/19/20: Testing Update
3/17/20: Distance Learning begins
3/13/20: School Facilities Closed to Public, Distance Learning
3/12/20: Schools Remain Open
3/11/20: COVID-19 FAQs
This is an evolving situation. Stay up to date by consulting the following webpages: