• The vaccine mandate deadline is July 1, 2023.

    We believe vaccination is part of a comprehensive strategy in slowing the spread of the COVID-19 virus, along with following safety guidelines and conducting weekly testing. On this page you can find information and resources regarding WCCUSD's COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate.

Community Messages

  • Message from the Superintendent: Mask Update for May 24, 2022

    As we reach the last few weeks of the school year, I’d like to share an update with you about our mask policy. We will continue to follow the guidance from the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and strongly recommend all students and staff wear a mask while at school or work. Wearing a mask is part of the district’s COVID-19 mitigation strategy, and masks should be made available in every WCCUSD classroom.

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  • Vaccine Mandate Update for May 6, 2022

    Because the State has moved the implementation date of any student COVID-19 vaccine requirements to “no sooner” than July 1, 2023, our District will align with the state’s date of July 1, 2023, as well. Students are not required to get the COVID-19 vaccine before that date.

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  • COVID-19 Testing after Spring Break

    With the upcoming spring break holiday, we are providing additional COVID-19 testing resources for our community’s safety. WCCUSD will be operating seven COVID-19 testing sites around the district the day before returning to school after spring break, on Sunday, April 10, from 9 am to 3 pm.

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  • WCCUSD to Strongly Recommend Masks Starting March 14

    Starting this Monday, March 14, we are strongly recommending masks, but no longer requiring them, at all WCCUSD middle schools, high schools, and central offices. Starting on April 15, after we return from spring break, masking will be strongly recommended but no longer required for all WCCUSD schools and central offices, including Pre-K, TK, elementary and K-8 schools.

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  • Updated Masking Guidance

    Currently, all WCCUSD employees and students are required to wear a mask at all times, other than eating, while at school and work. Starting on Thursday, March 3, outdoor masking will no longer be required for WCCUSD students and employees. Students and employees are still required to wear masks indoors. Masks will not be required for students outside during the lunch period.

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  • COVID testing update

    We have some important information regarding COVID-19 testing that we want to share with you. The district is shifting more testing support and resources to school sites to support the new group tracing process. As a result of these efforts, the three testing centers at the District Office, Alvarado Adult School and Ohlone Elementary School will be closed as of this Friday, February 11.

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  • WCCUSD Begins Group Tracing Effective February 7, 2022

    Effective Monday, February 7, 2022, the West Contra Costa Unified School District has adopted a group tracing approach to contact tracing for COVID-19 cases at our schools. This approach allows for a quicker and broader response to cases identified in school settings, accomplished through prompt notification, testing, and isolation protocols. This strategy also allows for schools to provide safe in-person instruction without undertaking intense contact tracing processes to identify individuals within a specified radius of someone infected.

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  • Mask update from Superintendent Hurst, January 27, 2022

    Message from Superintendent Hurst regarding masking protocols

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COVID-19 Tip Hotline

Vaccination Status Form Tutorial for Parents/Students

Tutorial para el formulario de Estado de Vacunación para padres/estudiantes

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