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School Closure Resources

Please note, on April 1, Santa Clara County made the decision that school closures would be extended through the end of the 2019-20 school year. In accordance with that decision, all schools in the Fremont Union High School District will remain closed through the end of the school year. We will continue with remote instruction and the class schedule that began on March 23.

The decision to close schools was made in conjunction with the Santa Clara County Public Health Department and the Santa Clara County Office of Education. During this period, instruction will continue for our students, with staff providing lessons and assignments through our online tools, including School Loop, Schoology and Google Classroom. All school activities, including athletics practices and games, extracurriculars and student performances, will be cancelled for the duration of this three-week period.

Schools are an essential service and crucial to our communities, and the decision to close all Santa Clara County schools was not taken lightly. We are facing an unprecedented health crisis in our community, and new information is surfacing rapidly. It is likely our community will be seeing many more cases of COVID-19 in the coming weeks and months. For the full announcement on school closures and all the Public Health Department guidance shared by the District over the last several months, please visit our Coronavirus Updates webpage.

Plans for Instruction and Student Learning (Beginning Monday, March 23)

District leadership and staff are working tirelessly to best support our students and one another through this difficult time, while striving to maintain some normalcy and structure for our students and families. We have implemented our plans for distance learning and prepared all teachers to provide the best instruction possible under the current circumstances. We want to emphasize that instruction will continue throughout the closure and students will have assignments.

Below are our Student & Parent Guides on Remote Learning, which provide a great deal of detailed information on our remote learning plan. The guides includes an explanation of how remote learning will work, student expectations, a modified remote class schedule, information regarding technology support and details on how parents can best support their children in their learning.

The remote school schedule will begin on Monday, March 23, with individual teachers sharing specific information on how they will be running their classes, including which tools they will be utilizing to run remote classes. All classes will meet online once a week during a designated time period for class check-ins. Please take time to review the guide and the class period schedule outlined there. Your teachers will conduct class check-ins through an online meeting using Zoom, Schoology Conference, Google Meet, an online discussion board, Google Doc, an email exchange or some other method they will specify to their students. Attendance will be taken and recorded during the closure.

Student & Parent Learning Guides

Grading Policy for Spring Semester 2020

Additional Information & Resources