Kindergarten Parent Information Night – Thursday, January 21, 2021  6:00-7:00pm via ZOOM

Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83196358353?pwd=MjRHTmdhWXBoVHlmaWZkREs1K2t3Zz09

Meeting ID:  831 9635 8353       Passcode: 001371

Tour John B. Riebli Elementary  (virtually)

Tour Mark West Elementary (virtually)

Tour San Miguel Elementary (virtually)

The Sonoma County Office of Education in coordination with Sonoma County Health Services, issued a Press Release on December 8, 2020 regarding the recent “Stay at Home” order in the state of California.  Please reference the Press release below –

Stay At Home Press Release – English

Stay at Home Press Release – Spanish

DATA CONFIRMATION AUTHORIZATION FORMS

2020-21 Annual Parent Notice – English 2020-21

Annual Parent Notice – Spanish

Google Email Parent Letter and BP ENG

Google Mail and BP 6163.4 SPAN

KNOW YOUR RIGHTS ENGSPAN

MWCS Textbook Policies 20-21

MWCS Textbook Policies 20-21 Spanish

MWUSD Behavior Management Policy SPANISH

MWUSD Behavior Management Policy

Photo and Publication ENG SPAN

Use of Technology and BP 6163.4 SPANISH

Use of Technology and BP 6163.4

OTHER INFORMATION/RESOURCES

Re-Opening MWUSD Schools – Preparing for the 20-21 School Year & COVID 19

Site Plans MWUSD Return to School Plan

SoCo Roadmap to Reopening (English) Roadmap to Reopening Schools_Parent Guide_v2.

SoCo Roadmap to Reopening (Espanol) Roadmap to Reopening Schools_Parent Guide_(Espanol)

Sonoma County Department of Public Health COVID-19 Notification Process Flowchart (English)

Sonoma County Department of Public Health COVID-19 Notification Process_Case_Flowchart_(Espanol)

Virtual Childcare Meeting 7/14 Recorded Link

4Cs Child Care Referral List for MWUSD July 2020

Boys and Girls Club Childcare Registration LinkMUST be completed if you are interested in participating in Club Care during the 2020-21 school year.

Boys and Girls Club COVID-19 Protocol

Extended Child Care (ECC) www.extcc.org

ECC COVID-19 Protocols

The Cove   info@asap.cove.org

Latest Update Regarding Mask Requirements in Schools (7/9/20)

Per Dr. Mase of the Public Health Department, the mask requirement for schools has been clarified by the State of California.  Masks are encouraged but not required for TK-1st Grade.  Masks are required for 2nd-8th grade.

Latest Update from SCOE & Sonoma County Department of Health Services

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