Given the increasing COVID-19 infection rates, and changing local, state, and federal recommendations and the recent guidelines introduced by our Governor on July 17, 2020, the Dublin Unified School District Board of Education and staff have decided to open the school year with a full distance learning model for the first six weeks. Our choice mirrors that of the vast majority of districts across the state.
Following the full distance learning model, once the county meets state guidelines for reopening schools and the district determines it’s best for our students, staff, and community, we will implement a hybrid (A/B) model, with students in school two days a week and working from home the remaining days. When we initially return all students and staff to school full-time, after consulting with the Alameda County Department of Public Health, it will be with restrictions (face masks, hand washing/sanitizing stations, etc.), the final stage of our plan will be to remove all restrictions and return to normal.
From Acting Superintendent Dr. Moirao's Letter to the District. Please read his complete letter from page three of the DUSD Playbook here.