SACRAMENTO COUNTY SCHOOLS TO OPEN WITH 100% DISTANCE LEARNING
July 16, 2020
Hello Families and School Community,
I hope you are enjoying a relaxing, fun summer, and I hope you, your friends, and your family are safe and healthy!
Yesterday, our Superintendent, Dr. Martinez and the Superintendent of the Sacramento County Office of Education announced that all Sacramento school districts would open the school year with 100% Distance Learning. This decision was based on the latest public health information showing increasingly high coronavirus infection rates in our county. Obviously, the health and safety of students, staff, and families is the top priority. Twin Rivers will continue developing plans to make distance learning and the eventual return to school as safe as possible and as educationally effective as possible. We will continue to monitor the health and safety conditions in our community to make decisions about our 2020-2021 program in the months ahead. I’ll keep you as informed as possible about how all of this specifically affects our school community. Beginning with this message, I will keep you informed with weekly updates and announcements through the rest of the summer and into the fall.
Our first day of school is still Tuesday, August 18! During the next few weeks you can expect to receive information about how to get ready. You will get this information from the district office, and you will get this information from me. I’ll tell you who your child’s new teacher is, how and when to pick up materials, how to use our new online parent portal for communication, how and when to pick up a Chromebook.
Again, I hope you’re well and I look forward to seeing you as soon as possible. Please stay safe, healthy and happy!