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At-Home Learning Update

Dear Families and Students, 

Thank you for reading my communications.  Please read this one completely as well.

State “Shelter In Place” Order The Governor issued Executive Order N-3-20 which makes the shelter-in-place order in San Mateo County the order for all counties.  Schools are still essential.  Nothing changes for us—we will continue with our At Home Learning (AHL) and other essential student services.

AHL Teachers are reporting to me that many students are responding to them related to learning and homework.  But many students have not yet answered emails sent by teachers and/or counselors.  As a mom, grammy and superintendent, I am asking you to check in with your children to make sure that they have responded to our emails and are doing some work.

At-Home Learning Assignments (AHL) are posted on each school’s website under “School News” and at the links below. Click on the Department to view the course assignments for each class. Note that all assignments are the same for each course regardless of the teacher.  

Advanced Placement Staff Updates and Student Resources

JUHSD At Home Learning Website            

Student Food Service   Click here for time, days and locations where parents/caregivers and/or students can pick up meals.

Food Distribution for Families I am working with local food pantries to provide food distribution locally to our families in need.  Please stay tuned. If you aren’t able to make it to a JUHSD school, here is a list of locations where food is available for students across San Mateo County here. If anyone is in need of food, they should call the Food Connection Hotline (in any language) to get connected to a nearby distribution: 800-984-3663. Farmer's markets remain open and most accept EBT.

JUHSD is here for families and students!  I want to emphasize that we are here for you. Our teachers and counselors are accessible virtually if you feel your student needs support. Please encourage your children to stay connected with their teachers and counselors during this difficult time. Please do not wait to ask for assistance.  And remember: if you or someone you know is ill, contact a doctor immediately.

Sincerely,

Dr. Terry A. Deloria (Dr. D.)

Superintendent