2020-21Communication & Updates
February 26, 2021
Dear LVJUSD Families,
Yesterday, you should have received a phone call from Superintendent Bowers announcing that our Board of Education voted to reopen our schools to in-person instruction, effective Monday, March 22, 2021 for students who have selected that mode. Distance learning will continue for students who prefer that option.
You will be receiving communication from your school by the middle of next week with the following information:
- Bell schedules for both in-person and distance learning, including the date on which those schedules will take effect. This information will include updated lunch and meal service information.
- Class assignment information. Based on current survey results, most students will not need to be changing classes.
- Confirmation of your selection for in-person or distance learning, and an opportunity to make a change, if needed, based on the finalized scheduling information.
We will also be updating our 2020-21 LVJUSD Handbook to include the most current health and safety protocols required of students and staff returning to campuses, including requirements for masks, physical distancing, hand sanitizing and daily health screening. Principals will share site-specific information, such as drop-off and pick-up procedures, prior to the reopening date. We will also provide an informational video to prepare students to return to campus.
As part of this transition to in-person learning, we will be contacting local agencies that support our schools, including ESS, PAL, and Wheels so that they can make adjustments to their services, as needed.
We are excited to be able to reopen our classrooms and are grateful for your ongoing support during this transition.
LVJUSD Leadership Team