Important COVID-19 Updates from AUHSD

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Unlimited-You-Grad-HatImportant COVID-19 Updates from AUHSD: 3/20 (6:00PM)

Dear AUHSD Family/Community,
Yesterday, Governor Newsom issued an open-ended statewide “Stay at Home” order. While AUHSD learns more about what this means for our District in the coming days, education is still considered an essential service. This means that AUHSD will continue to provide the following nutritional and educational essential needs to our community:
Food Services (including during spring break)
Distance Learning
Student Technology
Please continue to check your emails and AUHSD social media for updates and information. As AUHSD has more information, we will keep our community informed.
Thank you for your partnership and understanding as we navigate these unprecedented times together.
As we approach spring break, we hope you and your family stays healthy and strong. Have a wonderful spring break and we look forward to reconvening for distance learning on March 30th.

 

Unlimited-You-Grad-HatImportant COVID-19 Updates from AUHSD: 3/19

In response to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 circumstances and the potential impact in our community, the Anaheim Union High School District has taken action to extend the dismissal of all AUHSD School sites through April 17, 2020.

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Unlimited-You-Grad-HatImportant COVID-19 Updates from AUHSD: 3/17 (6:50PM)

During this afternoon’s news conference, California Governor Gavin Newsom said he anticipated few schools, if any, would reopen before summer break. This is the first we’ve heard a statement this emphatic indicating our schools may be closed into the summer. To be clear, the District has not made any decisions at this time to close for the remainder of the school year.

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Unlimited-You-Grad-HatImportant COVID-19 Updates from AUHSD: 3/13

After long and careful deliberation, and out of an abundance of caution, we have decided to close schools to students for 2 weeks beginning Monday, March 16 and through the end of regularly scheduled spring break (Friday, March 27).

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