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Some Of San Ramon Valley Unified’s Youngest Students Returning To Classrooms Wednesday

Students at Acalanes High School mourned the loss of a peer Friday.

The San Ramon Valley Unified School District has announced it will welcome students back onto elementary school campuses beginning Wednesday, Feb. 10.

On that day, district officials said, students in Transitional Kindergarten (TK) through Grade 2 will return to campus as part of the district’s multi-phase hybrid plan – which includes both in-person and remote learning.

“I am profoundly grateful to see this day arrive, and to watch our dedicated staff welcome students back to their campuses, and, in the case of our youngest children, to see them come to school for the very first time.”


The District’s multi-phase plan over the coming days includes the following:

  • Wednesday, February 10: Preschools and grades TK-2 return for general education and special day classes
  • Friday, February 12 and Monday, February 15: No school (Teacher Work Day and President’s Day Holiday)
  • Wednesday, February 17:  Grades 3-5 and Special Day Classes districtwide can return for in-person instruction; 6th grade “core” classes (Language Arts and Social Studies) can return to middle school campuses (pending Board approval Tuesday evening)
  • Grades 7-12: Since Contra Costa County only allows in-person instruction for grades TK-6 while the county remains in the Purple Tier of California’s “Blueprint for a Safer Economy,” the District must wait until Contra Costa moves to the Red Tier before general education classes can resume on high school and middle school campuses for grades 7-12.
  • *It is important to note that, as in-person instruction resumes, enrollment numbers will be lower at all campuses as many families have elected to remain in remote learning through the end of the school year.

To learn more about this plan, visit the district’s website.

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