COVID-19 Information

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The 2021-2022 school year begins Tuesday, August 25. EUSD returns to a full-day, five-day schedule for this school year. The start and end times for all EUSD schools can be found here.

The Escondido Union School District continues to prioritize the safety and health of our students and employees as we resume full-time, on campus learning this year. Following are key components of the districtwide health and safety plan.

COVID-19 Dashboard: All confirmed COVID-19 cases related to Escondido Union School District campuses and offices will be posted to a dashboard. The dashboard separately counts individuals – students or staff members – with a confirmed positive test who attended during an infectious state. Community-related cases of those who have not come onto campus within close contact of other students and staff are counted separately. Close contact is defined as someone who was within 6 feet of an infected person for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period starting from two days before illness onset until the time the patient is isolated; or two days before test specimen collection for asymptomatic patients.

Once the district learns of an individual who has tested positive at a school site or office, these steps are followed:

• Isolate individuals if present and advise of any required self-quarantine.
• Consult with local health officials.
• Clean and treat any affected areas.
• Contact trace within EUSD to determine close contacts.
• Immediately notify anyone within EUSD determined to have had close contact and advise of any required self-quarantine.
• Notify anyone who may have been in proximity, such as in the classroom, school, or office.
• Follow any additional recommendations from the San Diego County public health officials.

EUSD Safe School Reopening Plan: The reopening plan provides a comprehensive and detailed account of all measures put in place by EUSD to ensure the safest possible environment for operating our schools during the COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19 Dashboard: 2021-2022

Last update: 5:59 p.m. May 19, 2022
Dashboard will be updated regularly.

May 2022    
School  Number of Students with a Positive Test who Attended During Infectious State Number of Staff with a Positive Test who Attended During Infectious State
TOTAL  60 22
Bernardo 1
Central 2 1
Conway
Farr Avenue 2
Felicita
Glen View 1 3
Juniper 2
Lincoln 3
Limitless
LR Green 6 3
Miller 1
North Broadway
Oak Hill 1
Orange Glen 6 1
Pioneer 2 1
Reidy Creek 3 2
Rock Springs 4 1
Rose 9 1
Bear Valley 2
Del Dios 6 3
Hidden Valley 2
Mission 6
Quantum 2
Rincon 5 2
Maintenance
and Operations
District Office
April 2022    
School  Number of Students with a Positive Test who Attended During Infectious State Number of Staff with a Positive Test who Attended During Infectious State
TOTAL  39 13
Bernardo
Central 2
Conway 1
Farr Avenue 2
Felicita 1
Glen View 4
Juniper
Lincoln
Limitless 1
LR Green 8
Miller 3
North Broadway 3
Oak Hill
Orange Glen 1
Pioneer 6 2
Reidy Creek 2
Rock Springs
Rose 2
Bear Valley 1 3
Del Dios
Hidden Valley 1
Mission 1 4
Quantum 1
Rincon 2 2
Maintenance
and Operations
District Office
March 2022    
School  Number of Students with a Positive Test who Attended During Infectious State Number of Staff with a Positive Test who Attended During Infectious State
TOTAL  43 16
Bernardo 1
Central 1
Conway
Farr Avenue 1
Felicita
Glen View 4
Juniper 3
Lincoln 1 1
Limitless 1
LR Green 8 2
Miller 2 1
North Broadway 1
Oak Hill 2
Orange Glen 1
Pioneer 1 1
Reidy Creek
Rock Springs 1
Rose 3
Bear Valley 1 2
Del Dios 5 2
Hidden Valley 4 1
Mission 2 3
Quantum 2
Rincon 1
Maintenance
and Operations
District Office
February 2022    
School  Number of Students with a Positive Test who Attended During Infectious State Number of Staff with a Positive Test who Attended During Infectious State
TOTAL  139 31
Bernardo
Central 3 1
Conway 2
Farr Avenue 7 2
Felicita
Glen View 12 2
Juniper 8 1
Lincoln 2
Limitless 1 2
LR Green 24 2
Miller 2 1
North Broadway 5 2
Oak Hill 3 1
Orange Glen 7 2
Pioneer 3 3
Reidy Creek 7 2
Rock Springs 4 3
Rose 3 2
Bear Valley 2 1
Del Dios 6
Hidden Valley 7 2
Mission 10
Quantum 8
Rincon 15
Maintenance
and Operations
District Office
January 2022    
School  Number of Students with a Positive Test who Attended During Infectious State Number of Staff with a Positive Test who Attended During Infectious State
TOTAL  978 173
Bernardo 36 3
Central 22 1
Conway 42 7
Farr Avenue 30 12
Felicita 19 6
Glen View 47 9
Juniper 51 19
Lincoln 75 5
Limitless 2
LR Green 69 17
Miller 15 7
North Broadway 24 11
Oak Hill 27 3
Orange Glen 49 8
Pioneer 49 6
Reidy Creek 31 7
Rock Springs 51 9
Rose 42 6
Bear Valley 32 4
Del Dios 85 3
Hidden Valley 65 5
Mission 72 1
Quantum 20 4
Rincon 23 7
Maintenance
and Operations
5
District Office 8
December 2021          
School  Number of Students with a Positive Test who Attended During Infectious State Number of Staff with a Positive Test who Attended During Infectious State Number of Students Eligible for Modified Quarantine Number of Students on Home Quarantine Number of Quarantined Staff
TOTAL  62 10 690 58 5
Bernardo
Central 2 21 7
Conway 1 23
Farr Avenue 13 68 12 1
Felicita
Glen View 4 69
Juniper
Lincoln 3 36
Limitless
LR Green 5 29 3
Miller 2 38
North Broadway
Oak Hill 3 39 23 2
Orange Glen 1 1 8
Pioneer 4 1 72 1
Reidy Creek 3 1 16 3 1
Rock Springs 1
Rose 5 112
Bear Valley 2 1 33 2
Del Dios 9 42
Hidden Valley 1 1 24
Mission 5 2 40
Quantum 1 26 7
Rincon 1 23 1
Maintenance
and Operations
District Office
November 2021          
School  Number of Students with a Positive Test who Attended During Infectious State Number of Staff with a Positive Test who Attended During Infectious State Number of Students Eligible for Modified Quarantine Number of Students on Home Quarantine Number of Quarantined Staff
TOTAL  28 9 535 99
Bernardo 8 1 26 5
Central 1
Conway 2 1 72
Farr Avenue
Felicita 1 7
Glen View 1 12
Juniper
Lincoln 2 1 29 25
Limitless
LR Green
Miller
North Broadway
Oak Hill 1 1 21
Orange Glen 6 3 98 25
Pioneer 1 8 3
Reidy Creek
Rock Springs
Rose 1 24 3
Bear Valley 1 1
Del Dios 2 27
Hidden Valley 7 58 16
Mission 1 4
Quantum 2 1 142 10
Rincon 2 2 19
Maintenance
and Operations
District Office
October 2021          
School  Number of Students with a Positive Test who Attended During Infectious State Number of Staff with a Positive Test who Attended During Infectious State Number of Students Eligible for Modified Quarantine Number of Students on Home Quarantine Number of Quarantined Staff
TOTAL  46 9 483 134 3
Bernardo 4 13 6
Central 1 16
Conway 3 60 1
Farr Avenue
Felicita
Glen View
Juniper 2 6 9
Lincoln 3 12 25
Limitless 1 2
LR Green 6 16 20
Miller
North Broadway
Oak Hill 1 4
Orange Glen 2 18 43
Pioneer 2 3
Reidy Creek 2 13
Rock Springs 1 22
Rose 1 32
Bear Valley 3 1 22
Del Dios 1 1 12
Hidden Valley 3 1 17
Mission 4 16
Quantum 7 3 110 13
Rincon 1 1 59 13 2
Maintenance
and Operations
District Office
September 2021          
School  Number of Students with a Positive Test who Attended During Infectious State Number of Staff with a Positive Test who Attended During Infectious State Number of Students Eligible for Modified Quarantine Number of Students on Home Quarantine Number of Quarantined Staff
TOTAL  55 11 523 112 5
Bernardo 5 2 37
Central 3 8
Conway 6 75 2
Farr Avenue 1 2
Felicita 3 27 8
Glen View 5 2 38 22
Juniper 3 11 13 1
Lincoln
Limitless
LR Green 2 4 9
Miller
North Broadway 1 5
Oak Hill 6 54
Orange Glen 2 20 24 1
Pioneer 1 6
Reidy Creek 2 2 11 23
Rock Springs 1 1 2
Rose
Bear Valley 1 1 22
Del Dios 3 1 45 1
Hidden Valley 3 1 39
Mission 5 1 67 1
Quantum 1 4 2
Rincon 3 52 10
Maintenance
and Operations
District Office
August 2021          
School  Number of Students with a Positive Test who Attended During Infectious State Number of Staff with a Positive Test who Attended During Infectious State Number of Students Eligible for Modified Quarantine Number of Students on Home Quarantine Number of Quarantined Staff
TOTAL  37 10 315 87 9
Bernardo 2 10
Central 3 5 15 3
Conway 3 1 32
Farr Avenue 1 4
Felicita
Glen View 2 12
Juniper
Lincoln 2 11 14
Limitless
LR Green 3 9 14
Miller 1 4 2
North Broadway 3 2 22 2
Oak Hill 1 1 4
Orange Glen 2 38
Pioneer 3 9 9 1
Reidy Creek 2 5 5
Rock Springs 2 13 1 3
Rose 1 25
Bear Valley 3 43 12
Del Dios 1 13
Hidden Valley 1 7
Mission 1 9
Quantum
Rincon 4 1 44 11
Maintenance
and Operations
1
District Office

COVID-19 Dashboard: 2020-2021

Cumulative since September 28, 2020        
School  Number of hybrid model individuals with a confirmed positive test Number of hybrid model individuals with a confirmed positive test who attended during infectious state Number of quarantined students Number of quarantined staff members
Total 549 152 1,370 339
Bernardo 13 2 22 3
Central 10 4 18 7
Conway 24 9 97 15
Farr Avenue 34 11 116 23
Felicita 11 5 44 7
Glen View 26 4 43 10
Juniper 40 10 102 26
Lincoln 14 3 40 6
L.R. Green 16 5 51 11
Miller 14 2 21 3
North Broadway 14 1
Oak Hill 23 8 42 11
Orange Glen 29 5 48 9
Pioneer 31 12 113 24
Reidy Creek 15 7 57 14
Rock Springs 25 9 78 17
Rose 33 9 50 12
Bear Valley 25 5 72 26
Del Dios 22 6 140 36
Hidden Valley 25 5 25 14
Mission 33 8 125 28
Quantum 11 4 54 15
Rincon 29 3 13 6
Maintenance
and Operations
23 16 19
District Office 10
October 2020        
School  Number of hybrid model individuals with a confirmed positive test Number of hybrid model individuals with a confirmed positive test who attended during infectious state Number of quarantined students Number of quarantined staff members
Total 31 13 88 19
Bernardo
Central
Conway 2 1 11 1
Farr Avenue
Felicita
Glen View 1
Juniper 3 1 11 3
Lincoln
L.R. Green
Miller 1 1 11 2
North Broadway 1
Oak Hill 3 1
Orange Glen 4 2 12 2
Pioneer
Reidy Creek 1 1 8 1
Rock Springs 1 1 10 2
Rose
Bear Valley
Del Dios 2
Hidden Valley 3 1
Mission 4 3 25 8
Quantum
Rincon 2
Maintenance
and Operations
3 1
November 2020        
School  Number of hybrid model individuals with a confirmed positive test Number of hybrid model individuals with a confirmed positive test who attended during infectious state Number of quarantined students Number of quarantined staff members
Total 77 41 374 95
Bernardo
Central
Conway 4 2 22 2
Farr Avenue 4 2 14 3
Felicita 5 4 33 6
Glen View 5 3 32 6
Juniper 10 5 56 11
Lincoln
L.R. Green 3 2 40 3
Miller 2
North Broadway 1
Oak Hill 5 3 32 4
Orange Glen 1
Pioneer 6 3 32 6
Reidy Creek 2 1 17 5
Rock Springs 4 3 27 13
Rose 3 1 9 2
Bear Valley 2 2 15 11
Del Dios 2 1 12 7
Hidden Valley 4 2 18 10
Mission 6 2 15 6
Quantum
Rincon 3 1
Maintenance
and Operations
4 4
District Office 1
December 2020        
School  Number of hybrid model individuals with a confirmed positive test Number of hybrid model individuals with a confirmed positive test who attended during infectious state Number of quarantined students Number of quarantined staff members
Total 155 36 344 106
Bernardo 4 1 12 1
Central 4 1
Conway 8 2 12 3
Farr Avenue 7 3 50 13
Felicita 5 1 11 1
Glen View 6
Juniper 7 1 5
Lincoln 6 3 40 6
L.R. Green 4 3 11 8
Miller 7 1 10 1
North Broadway 5 1
Oak Hill 8 3 10 7
Orange Glen 9 3 36 7
Pioneer 12 3 20 12
Reidy Creek 5 1 4
Rock Springs 5
Rose 9
Bear Valley 8 2 37 8
Del Dios 7 1 9 8
Hidden Valley 4
Mission 8 1 53 4
Quantum 3 1 20 6
Rincon 6 1 13 6
Maintenance
and Operations
4 3 6
District Office 4
January 2021        
School  Number of hybrid model individuals with a confirmed positive test Number of hybrid model individuals with a confirmed positive test who attended during infectious state Number of quarantined students Number of quarantined staff members
Total 172 10 21
Bernardo 7
Central 1 1 5
Conway 4 1 2
Farr Avenue 11
Felicita
Glen View 9
Juniper 14
Lincoln 5
L.R. Green 3
Miller 4
North Broadway 6
Oak Hill 6
Orange Glen 11
Pioneer 7
Reidy Creek 3
Rock Springs 7 1
Rose 13 1 3
Bear Valley 9
Del Dios 4
Hidden Valley 11 1 2
Mission 9
Quantum 4
Rincon 12
Maintenance
and Operations
7 5 9
District Office 5
February 2021        
School  Number of hybrid model individuals with a confirmed positive test Number of hybrid model individuals with a confirmed positive test who attended during infectious state Number of quarantined students Number of quarantined staff members
Total 74 40 348 75
Bernardo 1 1 10 2
Central 2 2 18 2
Conway 4 2 29 4
Farr Avenue 7 4 44 5
Felicita
Glen View
Juniper 4 1 10 3
Lincoln 1
L.R. Green 3
Miller
North Broadway 1
Oak Hill 1
Orange Glen 3
Pioneer 5 4 37 5
Reidy Creek 3 3 22 4
Rock Springs 5 2 20 1
Rose 7 7 41 7
Bear Valley 5 1 20 7
Del Dios 4 2 31 12
Hidden Valley 2
Mission 3 2 32 10
Quantum 4 3 34 9
Rincon 6 1
Maintenance
and Operations
3 3 4
District Office
March 2021        
School  Number of hybrid model individuals with a confirmed positive test Number of hybrid model individuals with a confirmed positive test who attended during infectious state Number of quarantined students Number of quarantined staff members
Total 14 10 266 47
Bernardo 1
Central 1
Conway 1 1 22 3
Farr Avenue 2 1 8 2
Felicita
Glen View 1 1 11 4
Juniper 2 2 25 4
Lincoln
L.R. Green
Miller
North Broadway
Oak Hill
Orange Glen
Pioneer 2 2 25 3
Reidy Creek
Rock Springs
Rose
Bear Valley
Del Dios 2 2 88 9
Hidden Valley 1 1 87 22
Mission 1
Quantum
Rincon
Maintenance
and Operations
District Office

 

April 2021        
School  Number of hybrid model individuals with a confirmed positive test Number of hybrid model individuals with a confirmed positive test who attended during infectious state Number of quarantined students Number of quarantined staff members
Total 16 4 31 2
Bernardo
Central 2
Conway
Farr Avenue 2 1
Felicita 2
Glen View 1
Juniper
Lincoln
L.R. Green
Miller
North Broadway
Oak Hill
Orange Glen
Pioneer
Reidy Creek 1 1 10
Rock Springs 2 2 21 2
Rose 1
Bear Valley 1
Del Dios 1
Hidden Valley
Mission 2
Quantum
Rincon
Maintenance
and Operations
1
District Office
May 2021        
School  Number of hybrid model individuals with a confirmed positive test Number of hybrid model individuals with a confirmed positive test who attended during infectious state Number of quarantined students Number of quarantined staff members
Total 5 3 51
Bernardo
Central
Conway
Farr Avenue
Felicita
Glen View
Juniper 2 2 43
Lincoln
L.R. Green 1
Miller
North Broadway 1 1 8
Oak Hill
Orange Glen
Pioneer
Reidy Creek
Rock Springs
Rose
Bear Valley
Del Dios
Hidden Valley
Mission
Quantum
Rincon 1
Maintenance
and Operations
District Office
August 2021          
School  Number of Students with a Positive Test who attended during Infectious State Number of Staff with a Positive Test who attended during Infectious State Number of Students Eligible for Modified Quarantine Number of Students Home Quarantined Number of Quarantined Staff
TOTAL  13 4 118 32 8
Bernardo 2 10
Central 2 5 8 3
Conway
Farr Avenue
Felicita
Glen View 1 7
Juniper
Lincoln
Limitless
LR Green
Miller 1 4 2
North Broadway
Oak Hill 1
Orange Glen 1 18
Pioneer 2 5 9
Reidy Creek 1 2 3
Rock Springs 1 1 3
Rose 1 25
Bear Valley 1 22
Del Dios
Hidden Valley
Mission
Quantum
Rincon 3 24 7
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District Office

Health and Safety

EUSD will continue to follow the California Department of Public Health and the San Diego County Office of Education’s COVID-19 K-12 Guidance for Schools.

Face coverings

All students, employees, and visitors are required to wear a mask while indoors at all EUSD sites. The State of California has issued the following requirements:

• All K-12 students are required to mask indoors.
• Adults in K-12 school settings are required to mask when sharing indoor spaces with students.
• Masks are optional outdoors for all in K-12 school settings.
• Consistent with guidance from the 2020-21 school year, schools must develop and implement local protocols to enforce the mask requirements.

EUSD is required to enforce this K-12 mask mandate, as we would with any law, regulation, or policy. Our direction on this issue is completely aligned with our guiding principle of ensuring the health and safety of students and staff. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released updated guidance recommending universal masking indoors in K-12 schools, regardless of vaccination status. The state’s guidance was issued based on a multi-layered mitigation approach recognizing that physical distancing is not possible in many California school facilities. The CDPH guidance states that “masks are one of the most effective and simplest safety mitigation layers to prevent in-school transmission of COVID-19 infections and to support full-time in-person instruction.”

Symptoms of COVID-19

People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of symptoms reported, ranging from mild to severe. Symptoms may appear two to 14 days after exposure to the virus.  People with any of the following symptoms may have COVID-19:

• Fever or chills
• Cough
• Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
• Fatigue
• Muscle or body aches
• Headache
• New loss of taste or smell
• Sore throat
• Congestion or runny nose
• Nausea or vomiting
• Diarrhea

This list does not include all possible symptoms. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continues to update symptoms as it learns more about the virus.

Health screening

Families and employees will be expected to screen for COVID symptoms at home before arrival at school each day. Health screenings and temperature checks will no longer take place on campus.

Physical distancing

There are no physical distancing requirements at this time, although students are encouraged to maintain personal space while on campus. Students will be placed in reduced class sizes, and stable groups during indoor and outside activities when practicable.

Cleaning

Cleaning of school facilities will take place daily, with additional disinfection measures taking place immediately upon notification of a case of COVID-19 on campus.

Hygiene

Hand sanitizer continues to be available in all classrooms and work areas. Staff members will continue to promote safe hygiene practices with students, including proper handwashing, avoiding contact with one’s eyes, nose, and mouth, and covering coughs and sneezes appropriately.

Air quality

HEPA air filtration systems are in place in all classrooms.

Quarantine Protocols

Isolation and Quarantine Protocols

Updated March 18, 2022

Following is an update on the isolation and quarantine guidelines for K-12 students. The EUSD guidelines for isolation and quarantine following exposure to or testing positive for COVID-19 have been updated to align with new guidelines from the California Department of Public Health.

Isolation is for individuals with symptoms or who have tested positive for COVID. Isolation is a way to keep individuals with symptoms of COVID-19 or infected with COVID-19 away from others. Strict isolation from others outside and inside of the home will minimize transmission of COVID-19.

Quarantine is for individuals who have been a close contact with an individual who is infectious with COVID. Quarantine separates or restricts individuals who have had close contact in an effort to reduce transmission of COVID-19. Remaining away from others who are not household members will minimize transmission.

School Exposure Student Contact Tracing
Because of the sudden rise in infectious cases on campus, EUSD will be moving temporarily to a high-risk student contact tracing model. If the individual who is infectious with COVID has been in a setting that is high risk for transmittal, or has been in a setting with medically at-risk individuals, student contact tracing and notification of close contacts will continue to take place. Student contact tracing, and notification of close contacts, also will continue to take place in our preschool classrooms and in our on-site extended-care programs. If the infectious individual was not in one of the identified settings, student contact tracing will not take place. Please refer to the EUSD dashboard for information on the number of positive individuals present during their infectious period at your student’s school.

Students with Symptoms
If your student has symptoms of COVID-19, they may return to school with a negative molecular or PCR test. The student also may return to school with two negative antigen tests. The first antigen test must be taken within 48 hours following the onset of the symptoms, and the second negative test the day following the first negative test. If it has been 5 days since the onset of symptoms, the student may return on Day 6 from the onset of the symptoms with one negative antigen test taken on Day 5. If the student is not tested, they must stay home for 10 days from the onset of symptoms, and return on Day 11 from the onset of symptoms. All students must be fever-free with significantly reduced symptoms for 24 hours to return to school at any point.

School Close Contact
If your student has been potentially exposed to an individual infected with COVID-19 at school, they may remain at school, and should be tested on Day 3, 4, or 5 following the exposure, regardless of vaccination status. You are only required to report positive test results to the school.

Students with Close Contact with a Positive Individual
Your student has had close contact with someone who tests positive for COVID-19, the student does not have to quarantine and may continue attending in-person learning if: Your student is symptom free and has proof of being fully vaccinated or has tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 90 days.

Community Close Contact
If your student has close contact with an individual with COVID-19 outside of school, and is not vaccinated, there are two quarantine types:

  • Non-Household Member Close Contact: If your student has had close contact with an individual with COVID-19 outside of school, and the contact is not ongoing, your student must home quarantine, and may return to school on Day 6 from the date of the last close contact with proof of a negative antigen test taken on Day 5 or later. If your student is not tested, they will need to home quarantine for 10 days from the date of the last close contact, and may return to in-person learning on Day 11.
  • Household Member Close Contact: If your student has had close contact with an individual with COVID-19 outside of school, and the contact lives within the household and is ongoing, your student must home quarantine through the infected household member’s isolation period, and then begin a home quarantine, and may return to school on Day 16 from the infected individual’s original symptom onset or positive test collection date with proof of a negative antigen test taken on Day 15. If your student is not tested, they will need to home quarantine, and may return to in-person learning on Day 21 from the infected individual’s original symptom onset or positive test collection date.

Testing

Drive-through COVID testing

The district has expanded its drive-through COVID testing program for students and employees. Testing is now available Monday through Friday from 7 a.m to 4:45 p.m. for staff and 8 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. for students at the Carilyn Gilbert Education Center, 2310 Aldergrove Avenue. New hours begin Tuesday, January 18. To participate in the testing program, register here. 

Nutrition

School meals will be available at no cost to all students for the 2021-2022 school year. A fresh, hot lunch will be served on campus daily. Breakfast and supper meals will be available to take home daily. There is no meal benefit application needed for this nutrition service.

For community members age 18 and younger, distribution of no-cost to-go meals will take place from 12:30 to 3 p.m. Monday and Thursday curbside at Del Dios Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1400 W. Ninth Ave. Multiple meals will be included in the distributions, which will continue through the school year.

Learning and Instruction

Independent Study Option

Assembly Bill 130, which was approved in summer 2021, requires local education agencies to offer an independent study option, for the 2021-2022 school year only, to students whose health or whose families’ health would be put at risk by in-person instruction. More information regarding the EUSD independent study option for the 2021-2022 school year can be found here.

Temporary Independent Study Program

Students who are required to isolate for 10 days as a result of testing positive for COVID-19, or students who are required to quarantine at home for three days or more as a result of close contact with an individual with COVID-19, will be eligible for the EUSD Temporary Independent Study Program. Students who meet the eligibility for the EUSD Temporary Independent Study Program as the result of requirements to isolate or quarantine will receive a high-quality instructional program that will include structured instructional activities, one-hour Zoom sessions, and available office hours with a temporary independent study teacher. Enrollment in the program requires the student and a parent or guardian to sign a Temporary Independent Study contract that will be based on the time period the student is unable to attend in-person instruction because of isolation or quarantine.

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