Mrs. DeBritton's Updates & Announcements

To assist school leadership with planning for our students’ safe return to campus, families must commit to either continuing 100% virtual learning, hybrid learning or a 5 day in-person learning model when it is safe to do so by Friday, September 18. After that date, families may change their child’s instructional model at the trimester by speaking to the principal, if space is available. Please fill out one form for each child in your family.

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Mrs. DeBritton's Updates & Announcements

To assist school leadership with planning for our students’ safe return to campus, families must commit to either continuing 100% virtual learning, hybrid learning or a 5 day in-person learning model when it is safe to do so by Friday, September 18. After that date, families may change their child’s instructional model at the trimester by speaking to the principal, if space is available. Please fill out one form for each child in your family.
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Tips & Troubleshooting Google Classroom and ZOOM

We understand that all this technology stuff is new and different. We are all in this together learning and navigating our way through this. We appreciate your patience. Please do not worry or stress if you are have technology problems. We are here to help.
One Pagers are a way for students to repond to something.

Student First Day of School One Pagers

One Pagers are a way for students to respond to something. Students were asked "What is your plan to Excel at Stacey?" with ways to be successful, their goals, and Virtual Expectations!
No shots No School

Health Services

As of today, the California Department of Public Health is still requiring immunizations prior to school entry. Vaccinations are considered an 'essential' activity during the pandemic. Students with missing immunizations will be receiving a letter mailed home in the coming weeks. Proof of missing immunizations needed before a student can return to school.