Parents As Partners

SGUSD's Phase IV Safety & Return to Learn Addendum

In Phase IV of our Safety and Return 2 Learn plan we map out the District’s plan for returning as close to pre-COVID normal as possible. A safe return of students to full-time, in-person instruction is an amazing accomplishment in this ongoing process. The Safety & Return 2 Learn document will provide you with the information outlining safety protocols for the coming school year.

In the Phase IV Guide parents, students, and staff will find links to the updated Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and the link to the August 17th SGUSD Town Hall.

The San Gabriel Unified School District will use the new ParentSquare app for school communication and for health screening before school in Phase III.

SGUSD’s Safety and Return 2 Learn Plan; Hybrid Learning Model; Under COVID-19 Conditions Addendum for Phase III of in person instruction has been revised to meet all requirements and was Board approved on June 29, 2021.

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Parents as partners

learning Series

SGUSD families are invited to join our "Parents as Partners" learning series. This series offers a menu of options including topics focused on supporting your student(s) emotional wellness and academic growth. Join the SGUSD parent and teacher community to learn more about ways to support students and one other. #strongertogether #sangabrielexperience

Click here for the full list of webinars and workshops.

As we embark on the 2020-2021 school year we are preparing to Return 2 Learn. In the SGUSD Return 2 Learn Framework you will learn about the District's plan for reopening schools, safety protocols that are being put in place, and instructional shifts to make teaching and learning more robust.

The SGUSD Community Resource Guide was created to provide families resources and contact information for Social Services. The SGUSD Community Resource Guide provides resources for child care, mental health, counseling, food distribution, legal services, and medical leaves.

For all families, especially those in need of assistance, you can also dial 211 on your phone or go to the LA 211 website to access additional resources.