Community Update

September 25, 2020

Health and Safety Update

Esteemed Parents and Staff,

We have good news to report. For now, San Diego County will remain in the Red Tier of the California COVID-19 monitoring system, Blueprint for a Safer Economy. The Governor held a press conference this week to announce the status of each county. During the press conference, he announced that San Diego County will remain in the Red Tier because the average number of daily new COVID-19 cases was 6.9 per 100.000; just barely below the cutoff for movement to the lowest level, the Purple Tier.

This new status report for San Diego County allows Vista Unified to continue with our planned reopening for Vista Classic on October 20, 2020 for all grade levels. It is important to note, however, that the current status may still be changed to the Purple Tier if San Diego County has elevated levels of new cases over two consecutive weeks. We will keep you informed as new information about the California monitoring system is reported each week. For more information about our status and the status of other counties in California, visit the State’s reporting website,

Vista Works for You - Measure LL Facility Bond Update

Even with the current challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic, Vista Unified has continued to make great progress on the Measure LL Facility Bond projects for Phase 1. Check out the latest Visa Works for You video highlighting our progress.

Measure LL Facilities Bond: Fall 2020 Update

We are very excited to see the new construction happening around our district. Thank you for supporting the Measure LL Facility Bond.


Matt Doyle, Ed.D.

Superintendent of Schools

Vista Unified School District