Castro Valley Unified School District will start the school year on Aug. 13 with virtual learning for all students. The district plans to shift into a hybrid model once it is safe to do so. Updates can be found here.
Hayward Unified School District's year-round schools started their school year on Thursday, July 16, with distance learning. The rest of the schools in the district will follow a traditional calendar with the first day of classes on Aug. 24 under distance learning. Details here.
New Haven Unified School District (Union City) is working to finalize its reopening plans. View the latest update from the superintendent here. The first day of classes in the district is scheduled for Aug. 12.
San Lorenzo Unified School District will begin the school year with all students under distance learning and phase into a hybrid model with partial distance learning in mid-late October. View the latest from the superintendent here.
Acalanes Union High School District expected to have a decision on its reopening plans by July 14. The district expects to reopen using a hybrid model, with a remote option for students whose families choose not to have in-person instruction.
Antioch Unified School District plans to resume classes on Sept. 1. Parents are expected to have the option of distance learning or a hybrid schedule, which includes in-person learning as well as distance learning. Officials say the district will move into full distance learning if health data does not indicate it is safe to resume classes on Sept. 1.
Liberty Union High School District plans to resume in-person classes on Aug. 10. Officials say students and staff will be working in a hybrid schedule. Distance learning will be an option for students.
Martinez Unified School District Board of Education will hold a special meeting on July 20 to make a decision on how students and staff will return to school for in-person instruction, or if students and staff will remain in a distance learning model.
Orinda Union School District is finalizing its plan for the 2020-2021 school year. The full plan for reopening schools is expected to be available in July.
San Ramon Valley Unified School District will be joining several other school systems in the Bay Area and will not be returning teachers and students to classes. Attendance will be taken and grades will be given during distance learning. Details here.
Lagunitas School District and the Bolinas-Stinson School District are currently working on reopening plans, which are expected to be finalized by end of July. Both districts will provide a distance learning option for families who do not want to send their children back to school in person.
Reed Union School District is working to finalize its reopening plans. The district is considering offering a distance learning option for families that would prefer that model for their children.
Ross Valley School District plans to reopen classes in August, but has yet to make a final decision on what model (all students onsite, hybrid, or all online learning) will be used.
Shoreline Unified School District is working on finalizing its plan with the goal of students attending campus for in-person instruction. The district is also working on a plan for virtual learning for students as an option for families.
San Bruno Park School District is working to finalize reopening plans, but will most likely use a blended approach to the school reopening -- some in-person teaching with smaller groups and some students learning from home. Updates can be found here.
San Mateo-Foster City School District is planning to begin the school year with distance learning due to an escalation in coronavirus cases. Distance will continue all the way through October, at which time the district will reevaluate health conditions. Details here.
Woodside School District intends to offer as much in-person learning as possible. It has finalized a skeleton of a schedule that offers in-person learning to the greatest extent possible under the guidance of the health and safety guidelines as handed down from San Mateo County Office of Education and San Mateo County Public Health, the California Department of Education, and the California Department of Public Health. Updates can be found here.
Piner-Olivet Union School District will begin the new school year with virtual learning for all students. The first day of school in the virtual learning model will be on Aug. 17 and the last day of school will be June 4, 2021.
Rincon Valley Union School District has yet to finalize plans, but said it will be offering some sort of virtual learning opportunity for students in the new school year. The first day of school is planned for Aug. 17. Updates to come here.
Waugh School District board of trustees approved a plan to return to school in a hybrid model when local conditions allow for in-person learning. The district is finalizing plans on whether to reopen campuses to students when classes resume in August using a distance learning model.
Dixon Unified School District is close to finalizing its plans for the upcoming school year, with the first day of classes expected to start on Aug. 10.