Spring Break is done, students have returned to a new “Back To School” for online spring classes.
We want to know HOW local students are doing with distance learning. Please respond to this very short survey to share your experience.
Today, many students began or resumed distance learning following Spring Break. Some schools will begin rolling out distance learning this week, others are picking up where they left off earlier this month. Access to assignments and instruction, for now, varies from school to school and class to class. Prior to Spring Break, it was announced that schools will not be reopening campuses and will continue distance learning for the rest of the school year.
For current information about closures and their impact on the school year, check your local school district.
- Elk Grove – www.egusd.net/covid-19/
- Folsom Cordova – www.fcusd.org/coronavirus
- Natomas Unified – natomasunified.org/coronavirus/
- Sacramento City Unified – www.scusd.edu/covid-19
- San Juan – www.sanjuan.edu/covid19
- Twin Rivers – www.twinriversusd.org/News/Coronavirus-Updates/index.html
To see the latest update from California universities, visit their websites:
Sacramento County Numbers at a Glance – Updated 4/14, 10:45 a.m.
|Confirmed Cases ||Deaths|
|By Age Group
|Confirmed COVID-19 Cases / Deaths by Cities and Unincorporated Sacramento County – Updated 4/14, 10:45 a.m.
*only includes cases where address has been confirmed
|City of Sacramento||Elk Grove||Citrus Heights||Folsom||Rancho Cordova||Galt||Isleton||Outside of Cities|
|457 / 14||69 / 3||45 / 2||16 / 0||53 / 1||7 / 0||2 / 0||149 / 8|
Effect on Thursday, March 19, 2020 – The Director of the California Department of Public Health is ordered all individuals living in the State of California to stay home or at their place of residence, except as needed to maintain continuity of operation of the federal critical infrastructure sectors.
The order is in place until further notice. It covers the whole state of California, and it exempts activity as needed to maintain continuity of operation of the federal critical infrastructure sectors, critical government services, schools, childcare, and construction, including housing construction.
It is ok to go outside for exercise, a walk or fresh air – so long as you are maintaining a safe social distance of six feet from people who aren’t part of your household. Gyms are closed.
Californians can walk, run, hike and bike in their local neighborhoods as long as they continue to practice social distancing of 6 feet. This means avoiding crowded trails & parking lots. To help reduce crowds, State Parks is modifying operations at some parks, including closing vehicular access and parking lots to reduce density of visitors. A list of closures can be found at www.parks.ca.gov/flattenthecurve. Everyone has the responsibility to “Flatten the COVID-19 Curve at Parks” by maintaining a social distance of 6 feet or more when recreating in the outdoors, and staying home if they are sick. If visitors cannot maintain social distancing, they need to leave the park.
Essential services will remain open, such as:
- Gas stations
- Food: Grocery stores, farmers markets, food banks, convenience stores, take-out and delivery restaurants
- Laundromats/laundry services
- Essential state and local government functions will also remain open, including law enforcement and offices that provide government programs and services.
- Dine-in restaurants
- Bars and nightclubs
- Entertainment venues
- Gyms and fitness studios
- Public events and gatherings
- Convention Centers
- Hair and nail salons