Roadmap to Reopening My School
District to Hold Board of Trustees Study Session on Roadmap to Reopening my School Plan
On Wed., Oct. 7, 2020, the Redwood City School District (RCSD) Board of Trustees will meet for a Board Study Session to discuss the district’s Roadmap to Reopening my School plan. District staff will present to the School Board RCSD’s plan for the return to in-person teaching and learning on RCSD campuses. The plan was developed during the spring and summer and the School Board may make a decision on when students and staff will return to school campuses.
San Mateo County schools are able to return to in-person learning after the County was moved on Sept. 22 from the purple (widespread) to the red (substantial) tier in the state’s four-tiered, color-coded reopening system. Schools can return to in-person teaching and learning provided the Four Pillars of the San Mateo County Office of Education’s Pandemic Recovery Framework are implemented and a COVID-19 testing plan for staff is in place. The Board of Trustees will hear from district staff how these plans will be implemented once the school district returns to teaching and learning on school campuses.
The public School Board Study Session starts at 7 p.m. Members of the public who wish to tune in can check here for the agenda, instructions on how to join, and a link to a speaker’s card should they wish to fill it out and address the School Board. Members of the public who have not spoken in the past are encouraged to speak at this meeting. It is important to know that the three-minute time allotted for speakers may be adjusted to a shorter time depending on the number of speakers.