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Return to School Updates and Resources

Our site has been working hard to be ready to welcome students back safely to campus on April 1st. Please review the information and watch the videos below related to welcoming our students safely back on to campus.

Student Schedule: 

Please review the learning schedule

  • Group A is always in-person on Mondays and Tuesday and online Wednesday - Friday. 
  • Group B is always in-person on Thursday and Friday and online Monday - Wednesday.

Bus Schedule: Please visit the West County Transportation Website for the bus schedule and routes. 

Parent Square Daily Health Screener for In-Person Learning: Parents/Guardians that have students returning to in-person learning will be required to complete a daily health screener prior to the student coming on to campus each day. 
How to Setup Your Parent Square Account
Step-by-Step Screener Assistance
Step-by-Step Screener Assistance in Espanol
 
Only send your student to school if you can answer “NO” to all of the questions in the screener. If your student needs to be absent please let the office know. 707-890-3902.

If you answer "YES" to one or more prompts on the daily health screener, please review our parent handbook to help your family decide when to send your child back to school. Below is the section in the handbook that outlines next steps:
 
“My child stayed home or was sent home because of COVID-19 symptoms.”
 
If your child stayed home or was sent home for COVID-19 symptoms, they may return to school after

  1. They test negative for COVID-19 and/or 
  2. after their healthcare provider provides an alternate diagnosis (migraine, strep throat, etc.) and their symptoms are improving and they are fever-free for 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medications. 

 
Per Public Health guidance, students who decline testing must complete a 10 day quarantine period, with day 1 starting the day after the symptoms first started and be fever-free for 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medications before returning to school. 
 
Please note: Siblings and other household members attending school must also stay at home until the symptomatic child is cleared to return to school.

Parent Agreement for Hybrid (in-person) Learning: Parents will receive the Parent/Guardian Agreement form in the Parent Portal (Illuminate Ed).  (You can read copies of both of the SRCS website: srcschools.org/covidhandbook). 

The form must be filled out in the Parent Portal prior to returning to in-person learning. If you need assistance completing it, please call our school at 707-890-3902.

Watch this Video for Assistance

Watch this Video for Assistance in Espanol

Complete Prior to April 1 for in-person (hybrid) Learning: 

  • Complete the Parent/Guardian Agreement form in Illuminate. This agreement is found under the forms tab in Illuminate. Website: https://srcs.illuminatehc.com/login

  • Update Emergency Contact Information

  • Activate your Parent Square Account (if you haven't done so already) and start practicing taking the Daily Health Screener 

  • Register for on-site COVID-19 asymptomatic surveillance testing. 

  • Call the office to let us know if your Kinder Academy or Kindergarten student needs KinderCare from 11:20-12:20. 

Please call the office if you need assistance with completing any of the required forms before April 1. Office Phone: 707-890-3902. 

ADDITIONAL REMINDERS: 

Elementary Site Meal Service Update: 

  • We will continue to offer a take home lunch each school day.

  • The District Office has food bundles available for all children under 18. Updated Bundle distribution schedules can be found at srcschools.org/meals

  • REFB is offering grocery distribution at Monroe Elementary from 2 pm to 4 pm.

Student Chromebooks: Please remind students they will need to bring their chromebooks to school daily and that it should be charged.  Each student will be provided a carrying case for their chromebook. 

Water Bottle: For health and safety, drinking fountains will be closed. When possible, students should bring a personal labeled water bottle of their own from home that they do not share. There will be bottled water for students who do not have a bottle.