SDUHSD schools are currently closed; however, distance learning is underway. Please see CCA’s Transition to Distance Learning Plan for additional information.
In a press conference on April 1, California Governor Gavin Newsom expressed that all California schools remain physically closed although he did not issue an executive order doing so. He emphasized that school districts should remain open for instruction via distance learning through the end of the school year.
Robert Haley, Superintendent, SDUHSD’s Message on April 1:
We are in the third week of distance learning and remain committed to its further development and implementation. We are confident that we have the ability to stay connected and focused on each other, our collective well-being, and the education of our students in the weeks ahead in order to bring the school year to a positive close in June. Should conditions change and should the San Diego Public Health Officer deem it safe to reopen school campuses prior to the end of the school year, we will be prepared to do so.
A special word to our high school seniors. I have immense sympathy for the unique position you are in. I understand the uncertainty and disruption is especially difficult for you, as this is clearly not how you planned to spend your final months of high school. We all have many questions about how things like grades and graduation requirements will be handled. For all students, I want you to know, from the bottom of my heart, if there is a possibility to safely reopen, even just for a week, we will do so. If there is a possibility to safely hold promotion and graduation ceremonies, we will do so!”
Read Dr. Haley’s complete statement here: