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Shift to Hybrid Schedule- February 2021

As of mid February, the Walnut Creek School District has shifted to the hybrid schedule for AM/PM learning. Families have made their selection to either remain in remote learning, or return to campus for in class instruction.


Please see below for previous Hawk Happenings Newsletters and Email Blasts with our school reopening information.

Upcoming Events

March

  • 3/4 PTO Meeting 7pm
  • 3/5 End of Trimester 2 Grading Period
  • 3/12 Report Cards viewable on Aeries Parent Portal
  • 3/29-4/2 Spring Break- No School

April

  • 4/7 Picture Day

May

  • 5/11 Open House- format TBD
  • 5/14 Shortened Day- All students follow AM Remote Schedule @ home
  • 5/28 Last Day of School/ Shortened Day- AM Remote Schedule @ home

IV School Site Council Meeting- 11/4 @ 7pm

Join us at the IV School Site Council Meeting on Wednesday @ 7pm. The zoom link is available in the Hawk Happenings newsletter. Reference the Oct. 30 Newsletter for the zoom link. See our agenda and past meeting minutes below.

Technology for Distance Learning

All students in WCSD will be issued a technology device. This will ensure that every student has a device to use that doesn't need to be shared among siblings or other family members.


For all students in grades TK, K, 1st- you will be issued an ipad with a protective case. Stylus pens are being purchased by the school. Teachers will be using Seesaw as the learning platform. All assignments will be pushed out through the class Seesaw account.


For all students in grades 2nd-8th- you will be issued a chromebook. This will allow students to have all the necessary functions of a laptop and connect to your teacher's Google Classroom or Seesaw (grades 2 only).

Speaking to Your Children About COVID-19

As we continue to learn more about the spread of COVID-19, we know this can be overwhelming to our young children. We would like to share some resources that you can use to help your children better understand the situation. Navigating those conversations can be difficult. Below are some excellent resources to help facilitate these conversations with your children and reduce the level of fear.


County Department of Public Health continues to state that the most important step we can do to slow the spread of COVID-19 is to stay home if you are sick. We want to emphasize that this situation is fluid and is constantly evolving. Please visit our website for the most recent information.