COVID-19 Updated Information

Martinez Unified School District - April 7, 2020

Dear MUSD Staff and Community,

I am writing to provide an important announcement regarding the extended closure of our MUSD school sites. As anticipated, we did receive communication from local government agencies extending the closure of school sites through the end of this instructional year. Earlier today, public health officers and county superintendents in six Bay Area counties announced they will extend the suspension of in-class instruction through the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. Although our school sites will be closed, distance learning will continue for all students through the close of the instructional year (May 29, 2020). While this news was expected, I recognize this news still impacts our staff, students, and families, in different ways.


The plans for MUSD will continue as described in my prior communications regarding the further development of distance learning for all students through the duration of the school year. As noted in my message last week, when we return from spring break distance learning will continue on April 15, 2020. At that time you can expect additional communication from my office on a wide range of topics related to distance learning. If you would like to review that message and future communication expectations, you can access my prior staff/community letter from last week here: (https://www.smore.com/60dqs).


Sending all of you my best wishes for health and safety.


Sincerely,



CJ Cammack, Superintendent

Martinez Unified School District

Food Services During Spring Break

Reminder - Our food service company, Chartwell’s, some of their staff, along with many of our awesome MUSD food service staff, stepped up to ensure our kids stay fed! Food Service will be provided only at one location (MJHS) and will only be served Monday through Thursday (April 6th - April 9th). Effective April 13th, food services will resume at Las Juntas.