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RJUHSD COVID-19 Updates

All messages from RJUHSD are located in Homelink - click on the Communications tab.  Please login to your account to read all messages.  Below is the last message sent to families.

 


 

March 26, 2020

Dear RJUHSD Families,

First – thank you! Thank you for your trust and patience as we work together to navigate this ever-changing situation in our nation. 

The health and safety of our students is a responsibility we take seriously. We are in constant communication with the Placer County Office of Education, Placer County Public Health and statewide education leaders on how we can keep our learning community safe in the midst of this growing health crisis.

In order to slow the spread of COVID-19 to the maximum extent possible, we have decided to extend school closures through May 1. This is a unified decision made in consultation with the Placer County Health Officer and in collaboration with school district and charter school leaders throughout Placer County. During the extended closure, plans for distance learning and meal service will continue as planned. 

  • Distance Learning will continue through May 1st with a pause over spring break (4/6/20 - 4/13/20)

  • Meals are available for pick up Monday - Friday 11am - 1pm, including over spring break

  • If you do not have internet service please call our district hotline (916) 462-9511, and leave a message with your student’s name, six digit ID#, and the nature of your issue. 

  • Graduation Update: We understand the profound impact of possibly cancelling this once-in-a-lifetime event and the anxiety that is weighing heavily on our seniors and their families. No decisions have been made at this time.

As our district community navigates this difficult time, we must continue to follow the “shelter-in-place” order issued by Governor Newsom and stay home except for essential activities. 

We all want students back in school and for our communities to return to normalcy as soon as possible. But, not at the risk of their health and safety. New information is surfacing rapidly and we will continue to diligently monitor the situation and re-evaluate our steps in the coming weeks.