COVID-19 Resources NEW
The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent shelter-in-place orders are having a significant impact on students and their families, affecting their ability to continue learning, access food, and manage stress. School districts require additional assistance as they work to provide needed distance learning, nutritional, mental health, and other support to students and their families.
San Carlos School District Adopted Plans and Resources
Return to School Plan - revised November 12, 2020
Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan (LCAP) - September 24, 2020
The Board will approve the plan at the September 24 Board meeting. The plan and presentation can be found on the agenda which will be posted on September 21.
SCSD Pandemic Recovery Handbooks - August 28, 2020
Handbooks for our community and staff.
Starting the Year in Distance Learning Presentation - July 23, 2020
Due to health conditions, the Board approved starting the year in distance learning.
Opening Up School Plan - Adopted - June 18, 2020
On June 18th, the Board adopted the “Opening Up School Plan” for a maximum of six weeks in a blended learning model.
- Daily Student Symptom Screeners
- SCSD Pandemic Handbook for Distance Learning
- “Blue Book” - Page 20: Considerations for Students Coming Onsite
- Handout for Families (English) (Spanish)
COVID-19 Recommendations Checklist for K-12 Schools & School-based Programs
This guidance should be used as a complement to the County Office of Education’s Pandemic Recovery Framework, and will be updated regularly to reflect any changes based on the county’s pandemic recovery planning
- SCSD Pandemic Handbook for Employees
- “Green Book” - Page 9: Helpful one-pager
- Staff One-on-One Nursing Consultation for Health & Safety Procedures Sign-up
- Staff Personal Contact Log
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP) & Families First Coronavirus Response Act (paid sick leave & expanded family and medical leave) Information
Please only call during working hours when possible
The Silicon Valley Community Foundation, in partnership with the San Mateo County and Santa Clara County Offices of Education, has established the COVID-19 Education Partnership to expand the local capacity of school districts to address the extraordinary educational and mental health needs of students as efficiently as possible.