Before the county was sent back to the purple tier of the state's reopening plan, this plan to allow small groups of children who require additional attention back for in-person learning was in effect. Administrators of the San Ramon Valley wanted to keep going forward, while counties in the purple tier are not supposed to admit any more children on campus. Parents and administrators believe English students, special education or intervention are the students permitted to return, meaning they are suffering, not prospering.
This proposal to allow small groups of children who need extra attention back for in-person learning was in place until the county was sent back to the purple tier of the state's re-opening plan. San Ramon Valley administrators decided to try to move forward, although counties in the purple tier are not supposed to admit any more kids on campus. Parents and administrators assume that the students required to return are English students, special education or interference, implying that they struggle, not prosper.
Their Board of Education approved the staff recommendation this week to implement the next phase of our reopening plan, with the expectation that our COVID-19 Safety Plan will be approved and that our new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with our bargaining units will be completed.
Classes on elementary and special days. If, for a minimum of five days in a row, Contra Costa County hits case rates below 25 per 100,000 population, SRVUSD will welcome back these groups for hybrid instruction in a phased model over seven days:
San Ramon, California is blessed with some amazing schools. Here are a few we recommend:
All of these wonderful schools are located just a short distance from our location on Blackhawk Plaza Circle, Robert Arnone CPA.