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Chromebook Pick Up for Elementary Schools
Posted 3/25/20

Dear elementary school families, 

 

To prepare for the first day of distance learning for elementary school students, we are holding Chromebook pick up days for your families. If you have devices at home that your children can use, you do not need to come pick up a Chromebook. I know that due to the Governor’s “shelter-in-place” order, many of you are concerned about coming to our Chromebook pick up. Let me assure you that there is nothing to be worried about, as picking up your child’s educational material is an essential function. Additionally, in order to ensure that everyone is safe during the Chromebook pick up, we have developed a system for you to stay in your vehicle in order to comply with social-distancing guidelines.

 

Important Dates this Week

Thursday, March 26, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Chromebook Pick Up for the Following Schools

  • Bowers
  • Callejon
  • Hughes
  • Laurelwood 
  • Mayne
  • Montague
  • Scott Lane
  • Sutter
  • Westwood

Friday, March 27, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Chromebook Pick Up for the Following Schools

  • Bracher
  • Braly
  • Briarwood
  • Central Park
  • Haman
  • Millikin
  • Pomeroy
  • Ponderosa
  • Washington Open

First Day of Distance Learning

  • Elementary schools — Monday, March 30

Free Meal Service

  • Monday, March 30, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. —  One week’s supply of free breakfast and lunch for students 18 years old and under at Buchser, Cabrillo, Callejon, Mayne, Montague, Peterson, and Wilcox schools

A reminder: Our Distance Learning website is up (www.santaclarausd.org/distancelearning) and I ask you to begin reviewing and preparing with your child. On the website, you will find a helpful, printable version of the website content called “Family Guide to Distance Learning” with learning schedules by grade level, communication information, frequently asked questions (FAQs), and additional resources.

 

As more information is made available, you have my commitment that I will share it with you.

 

Please stay safe, 

 

Stella M. Kemp, Ed.D.
Superintendent