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On March 5, 2021, Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law Assembly Bill 86 providing guidance and a pathway for schools to begin offering in-person instruction.
The dashboard below summarizes each district's plan for phasing students back into schools for in-person instruction. Data is organized by the date in which students would potentially return to in-person instruction and the model of instruction being provided. Districts may be reopening campuses to provide instruction through one or more of the following models: fully in-person, hybrid, prioritized for specific student groups, or remaining in distance learning. As a note, hybrid models will uniquely vary between districts. For more specfic information on a district's hybrid model, please contact each district.
Below are the general descriptions of each model for clarification.
All students in a specific grade level span have the option of being instructed in-person the full amount of daily instructional minutes under the physical supervision of a certificated employee.
Students in the grade level span are receiving instruction through distance learning and have not yet returned to campus.
All students in the specific grade level span have the option of receiving instruction through a combination of in-person and distance learning to meet the full amount of daily instructional minutes. This could be through an AM/PM schedule or a combination of the full day in-person and full day distance learning models.
Prioritized student groups are defined in AB 86 as; a) Pupils at risk for abuse, neglect, or exploitation, b) Homeless pupils, c) Foster youth, d) English Learners, 3) Pupils without access to a computing device, software, or internet to participate in online instruction, f) Disengaged pupils.
For more specific information related to a districts' school reopening plans, please visit their district specific website.
What does it mean if a district has TBD?
TBD means the district has not yet determined when the specific student group will return to in-person instruction.
How is a district's reopening status determined?
Districts will locally determine the date and model by which they will reopen to in-person instruction. This is influenced by local conditions.
Who should I contact if I have further questions about a district's reopening plans?
You should contact the school district directly to inquire about the specifics related their in-person instructional plans.
Will a district's model change over time?
If a district makes a change to their plans, this site will be updated to reflect that change.
How often is data updated?
Data is updated on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month.