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Distance Learning Online

 SGUSD Summer Learning ResourcesHigh Quality Summer Learning Resources

To support families during the summer months and to minimize learning loss due to school closures, SGUSD continues to explore innovative ways to provide home learning resources.  Please visit the Continuity of Learning During Summer Months web page to learn about the vetted high-quality resources available for all students K-12.

 

  • Custom workouts
  • Virtual Field Trips
  • Science explorations
  • Life skills, including cooking, farming, and COVID-19 practices such as social distancing and hand-washing
  • Emotional well-being lesson plans and videos
 
 
 

Supporting Virtual Learning

San Gabriel Unified District educations considers the way in which we bring this mission to life and demonstrates our commitment to excellence. San Gabriel's educators consider ways to involve students in relevant and engaging learning that fosters creativity and imagination, and that helps students gain the confidence and competence to address personal, community, and global issues in collaborative and resourceful ways.

 

Designing systems that provide meaningful engagement in the learning process through Virtual Learning enables the San Gabriel Unified School District to ensure student learning is continuous and ongoing outside of the four walls of a classroom. San Gabriel learns in the classroom. San Gabriel also learns online. Imagine the possibilities.

 

 

Students hard at work Parents Staff planning for Distance Learning

Students

San Gabriel students have the responsibility to attend school on a daily basis and show their learning in different ways.

 

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Parents & Guardians

Parents and guardians have a role in supporting learning when it occurs in the classroom as well as when it occurs in the cloud.

 

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Educators

Educators are responsible for establishing learning environments in which students can learn, whether in or outside of a classroom.

 

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CoronavirusCOVID-19 Novel Coronavirus Updates

With information changing daily, we encourage families to stay up to date on information regarding COVID-19 and protect yourself and the community.

 

 

 

For the most recent updates please visit: 

 

Health Agencies

 

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health

 

California Department of Public Health

 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

 

World Health Organization

 

Helpful Links

 

Get Your Household Ready for Coronavirus Disease

 

When and How to Wash Your Hands

 

Influenza Updates



Videos

 

Novel Coronavirus (2019 n-Covid)

 

How to Protect Yourself Against Covid 19



As the COVID-19 situation evolves, our highest priority is the safety and well-being of our students. This memo outlines specific information to ensure the safety of our students with underlying medical conditions.
 
Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) advises the following for students who are considered “medically fragile” and for those who may have underlying medical conditions:
  • Parents should check with their child’s healthcare provider on precautions related to Covid-19 risks.
 
SGUSD’s Special Education Department will continue to monitor this situation very closely and will respond appropriately as we receive additional information.
 
During school closures, the Nutrition Services Department is committed to providing San Gabriel students with access to nutritious meals during their education outside the traditional classroom. We will be following guidance established by the California Department of Education (CDE) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to provide lunch to students affected in the event of a closure.

New Location for the Grab n' Go Meal Distribution Beginning Monday, May 4th, 2020 SGUSD will be serving meals for multiple days

Please be sure to follow Food Handling Instructions that will be given to you when you pick up the meals. Also, SGUSD would like to send a special Thank You to our super hero Nutrition Services staff for responding during this time of crisis and need. Thank you and please stay healthy and well. 

 

Meal distribution will only occur on:

  • Mondays (2 days of breakfast and lunch meals)
  • Wednesdays (3 days of breakfast and lunch meals)
 

Serving Time:

  • 11:30 AM-12:30 PM

 

To accommodate our students families and ensure an efficient pick up process, the distribution location for Grab n' Go Meals will change on Monday, May 4th to Jefferson Middle School.  This new location will assist with traffic flow and streamline the pick-up process. 

 

NEW LOCATION:

Jefferson Middle School

1372 E. Las Tunas Dr.

San Gabriel, CA 91776

 

Meals will be passed out on the campus with a Drive-thru service. To keep everyone safe, please follow directions below.

 

Drive-Through Meal Service:

  • Families will drive up to the designated area
  • Meals will be provided based on the number of children in the vehicle
  • Meals will be passed through one Passenger window
 

Walk-up Service:

  • To accommodate students and families who are within walking distance.
  • Parents will be asked to wait at least 6 feet from the serving area.
  • Meal items will be placed on the receiving table as the student approaches.
  • Student picks up complete meals, then exits the campus with family members.
 

Requirements:

  • Any child 18 years of age or younger is eligible for a free meal.
  • Children must be present to receive a meal.
  • Meals must be consumed off school premises.
  • Families must remain in the vehicle.

 Talking to Kids about Covid-19

(graphic courtesy of BHUSD)

Culture of Safety & Belonging

As our district community navigates this difficult time, we must continue to lean on the strengths of people. Of special importance is to remember that transmission of the Coronavirus is not based on a person's race or country of origin. If hurtful or misinformed comments are said, witnesses to these comments are encouraged to speak up.

It is vital to advocate for our community members and to stay kind to one another. We must uphold a culture of safety and belonging in and beyond our school buildings. Always, but especially in challenging and unpredictable times, we must stick together as a school community and remember that our diversity is one of our greatest strengths.

 

Resources to Share with Your Child

  • Talking to Kids About the Coronavirus: Article from the Child Mind Institute - Click Here
  • What Coronavirus is: Video from BrainPOP - Click Here
  • How to wash your hands: Video from BrainPOP - Click Here
  • Just For Kids: A Comic Exploring The New Coronavirus - Click Here
  • Orange County Health Care Agency Preventative Measures: Poster for Kids - Click Here
  • Older Kids: 8th Grade Plus Explanation, Interactive Slideshow, and Poll - Click Here
  • Younger Kids: Video, What is Coronavirus? - Click Here
  • LA County Department of Public Health:
CoronaVirus: What you need to know