Superintendent's Community Message: TK/Kinder Registration is Open, Education Fair, Vaccination Clinics; Staff, Student recognitions and More
Community message for Friday, January 21, 2022. Learn more about New Family Enrollment, the upcoming Education Fair schedule for January 22nd to the 27th, the Redistricting Commission, LifeLong Medical x WCCUSD Community Vaccine Clinic, the Teacher of the Game, the Top Football Player of 2021, and the WCCUSD Parent & Student Led Community Forum scheduled for February 10, 2022.
We are a community that cares for and values the success and well-being of every student. For the past two years, the COVID-19 pandemic has pushed and tested our resolve, and the omicron variant surge is testing our resolve again. Yet, every day I witness and hear about the WCCUSD team living our motto: Whole Child, Whole Community.
I hope everyone in our community had a restful and reflective Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. We are happy to welcome back elementary school students and staff today, and are looking forward to our secondary schools being back in session tomorrow. I have a few items that I wanted to make sure that you are aware of.
Superintendent's Community Message: Become a Substitute Today; Testing Available Monday, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day; Scholarships and more
The district’s new COVID testing sites will be open for the holiday: the District Central Office, the Ohlone Elementary School campus, and the Alvarado Adult School site. Each testing site is open from 9 am - 5 pm.
We have launched the Whole Child, Whole Community campaign to recruit community members to substitute in several roles in the district. Parents and family members, retirees, members of our community, if you are interested and eligible to substitute in our district, please start the process and sign up today.
update on the schedule for today, Monday, January 17 for the district’s new COVID-19 testing sites. All three sites are open for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday: the District Central Office, the Ohlone Elementary School campus, and the Alvarado Adult School site. Each testing site is open from 9 am - 5 pm.
Contra Costa Superintendent of Schools and Deputy Health Officer urge schools to remain open during omicron surge
Contra Costa County’s Superintendent of Schools Lynn Mackey and Deputy Health Officer Dr. Ori Tzvieli sent a press release yesterday urging schools to remain open during the omicron surge
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