Agenda Item
Meeting Date: 6/23/2020 - 7:00 PM
Type: Info
Subject: 9.1 Roadmap to Reopening
Attachment Summary: Roadmap to Reopening_Report
Stronger Together Guide for Reopening California Schools
File Attachment:
6-23_Roadmap to Reopening.pdf
Quick Summary / Abstract: Staff will report on our Roadmap to Reopening.
Background: Our staff has been collaborating with stakeholders and monitoring local, State and federal requirements as we develop a plan to welcome our students to the fall trimester on August 25, 2020. When we open our school campuses, it will require intensive collaboration and support from our staff and families and the resources to implement, with fidelity, all of the public health guidance being shared.

Stronger Together – A Guidebook for the Safe Reopening of California’s Public Schools is a new detailed guide, released by the California Department of Education to safely reopen California schools. It suggests a major overhaul of classroom instruction to prevent the spread of COVID - 19.
Status The Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District (LVJUSD) Road to Reopening Plan is guided by our goal - Each student is on track for success academically and socially and emotionally by the end of the 2020 – 2021 school year. The two focus areas are instructional preparations and operational readiness.

Our plan is also guided by data. We have conducted surveys of students, staff, and parents which will help guide our preparations.

Our instructional plan will be supported by three essential components:
• Schoology Learning Management System, which will provide a single and secure platform for students, teachers and parents to engage with each other and with teaching and learning resources.
• A Chromebook or device for every student, as sharing of any physical instructional materials is discouraged
• Teachers equipped with up-to-date laptop computers to deliver instruction with innovative and flexible methods.

Our instructional plan will also address different scheduling models, collaboration and assessment, routines and procedures, social emotional learning, students with different needs, and Career Technical Education.
Fiscal Impact Funding provided through California Lottery Allocation, Parcel Tax Technology Funds, Donations, and General Fund.
Superintendent's Recommendation: This report is informational only and requires no action be taken by the Board of Education.
Recommended By:
Signed By:
Lori Rice - Executive Secretary
Signed By:
Kelly Bowers, Ed.D. - Superintendent