- School Board meeting Wednesday February 24th
- Vaccines Open for School Employees & in Bay Point!
- Superintendent’s Friday letter Feb 19th
- Parent Survey FAQ
Next School Board Meeting Wednesday February 24th
- Agreements with labs for COVID testing
- Approval of COVID19 Prevention Program
- Update on Hybrid Learning Plan
Vaccines Open for School Employees & Clinic Opens in Bay Point
Thank you to all who advocated for school employees in contra costa county to be vaccinated! I have heard from many MDUSD educators and staff who are relieved to have this layer of protection before more students arrive on campus.
On Feb 18, Contra Costa County Health Services announced:
Teachers, grocery workers and other frontline essential workers who live in Contra Costa County can now sign up to get vaccinated as defined by California’s vaccination plan Phase 1B.
Residents in these groups, as well as county residents who are 65 years and older who have not yet been vaccinated, can sign up to access state and federal sites through MyTurn or by calling 1-833-422-4255.
Essential workers and residents 65 years and older can also request immunization appointments through CCHS and join the county waiting list for COVID-19 vaccine.
Los maestros, los empleados de las tiendas de comestibles y otros trabajadores esenciales de primera línea que vivan en el Condado de Contra Costa pueden programar una cita para vacunarse, de acuerdo con la definición de la fase 1B del plan de vacunación de California.
Los residentes de estos grupos, así como los residentes del condado de 65 años de edad y mayores que todavía no se hayan vacunado, pueden registrarse para acceder a los sitios de vacunación estatales y federales a través de MyTurn o llamando al 1-833-422-4255.
Los trabajadores esenciales y los residentes de 65 años de edad y mayores también pueden programar una cita de vacunación a través de los CCHS.
Thanks to CCHS and our county board of supervisors for opening a vaccination clinic at MDUSD's Riverview Middle School. This is walking distance to so many in the area, and sharing information in Spanish there will go a long way towards ensuring equity in vaccine distribution.
Please spread the word! If we can vaccinate our elders and school employees, especially those in high COVID areas, then together we can really get this virus under control.
Superintendent's Friday letter
Click here to read Dr Clark’s February 19th letter including:
- Approved Reconnect Safely, Return Strong plan
- Negotiations update
- Mental Health Webinar Feb 23rd on "Students Helping Students:
- Info at https://mdusd.org/mental-health - Tuesdays 5-6:15pm
- Nominate a Teacher of the Year - due this Friday Feb 26th
- Looking for a job? County office of education job fair Feb 27th - www.cocoschools.org/recruitmentfair
- Organizational update 2/19/21
Parent Survey FAQ
The MDUSD parent survey is out now, due March 1st, with a goal of identifying #s of students per site who would like to access in-person learning this spring. I've been asked a number of questions about it, and so I attempted to answer multiple questions in one place by posting an FAQ on Facebook. More questions may be answered this week when Dr Clark gives his update on Hybrid Learning at the school board meeting. Here is what I wrote. I hope it is helpful to some.