District Highlights

  • It’s Not Too Late to Get Vaccinated - 11/22/21

    In order to attend in-person instruction at any of our schools, all students 12 and older must be fully vaccinated before Monday, January 3, 2022. Based on our recommendations, students should have received their first COVID-19 dose by November 15 and their second dose by December 15.

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  • Information on Student Medical Exemptions

    We want to share with you the current information on our District's student COVID-19 vaccine mandate and the medical exemption to the mandate.In order to attend in-person instruction at any of our schools, all students 12 and older must be fully vaccinated before Monday, January 3, 2022.

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  • Upload Your Child’s COVID-19 Vaccination Card in a Few Easy Steps

    The deadline to upload your child’s COVID-19 vaccination card is coming up. All students who are participating in in-person learning after January 3, 2022, will need to be fully vaccinated. If you do not plan on having your child vaccinated, please let us know as well.

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  • Community Message 11/12/21

    This week, we honored our military veterans who have served in the United States Armed Forces. Though we have several veteran heroes throughout the country, I want to personally recognize the outstanding military veterans in WCCUSD who have served our country, and now dedicate their lives to serving WCCUSD students.

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  • School is Open on Friday, November 12

    I am sending you a reminder that school is open this Friday, November 12. I hope that everyone enjoys the Veteran’s Day holiday on Thursday, and we will be excited to welcome everyone back on campus for a regular school day on Friday.

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  • Community Message November 5: Recognitions and COVID-19 Vaccination Support

    As another successful week of school has ended, I want to share a few announcements with you.

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  • Testing Update from LSA 11/6/2021

    As you may be aware, there were a high number of antigen tests that resulted as positive at a few schools within the district on Friday November 5. Due to the unusually high number of positive results, LSA took measures to test the controls at each of these sites yesterday.

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