Dear Parents and Guardians,
As you may know, Gov. Gavin Newsom today issued a regional stay at home order that will impact many businesses and industries in San Diego County for at least three weeks, starting this month. The order is applicable in areas where hospitals’ intensive care unit (ICU) capacity falls below 15%.
We do not anticipate the order will have an impact on school operations, however we are still analyzing it and waiting for the County of San Diego to share specific details of what this means for our region, including when the order will go into effect locally. The order, which divides California into five regions, prohibits private gatherings of any size; closes operations for sectors such as bars and wineries, and salons; and requires 100% masking and physical distancing in retail and other sectors. San Diego County is in the Southern California Tier, which also includes Imperial, Inyo, Los Angeles, Mono, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Ventura counties. You can find more details about the order on the state’s website.
We are closely monitoring the situation and will continue to work with local public health as we move forward. We will also continue to share updates as they become available. You can find the most current information on our school’s reopening plans. We appreciate your flexibility and understanding as we adjust to these ever-changing conditions.
Mrs. Blough and Mrs. Campbell
Click here to view our Reopening Plan:
JCS-Mountain Oaks 2020/2021 Reopening Plan hybrid model
Here's a list of resources available to families during this time:
Dear Wonderful JCS MO families,
We hope you are continuing to enjoy your summer. We wanted to update you on our reopening plans for the fall. We have created a short video that shares with you our most current reopening plans. We also have a COVID-19 update webpage created that is located on our Phoenix Learning Center weebly site: http://jcsphoenixlearningcenter.weebly.com/
On the webpage we have uploaded the current plan along with the slide presentation that we used to create the video.
Please note that these plans are fluid in that they may have to change to meet current guidelines and mandates given to us by the state.
Thank you for your continued support and patience as we work to give our scholars the best and safest means of education.
Mrs.Blough and Mrs. Campbell
Mental and Emotional Health Resources for Families
Mental and Emotional Health - Resources for Families
Dealing with Coronavirus Anxiety: Expert Tips (psychology.org)
tal and Emotional Health - Resources for Families
Talking to Children About COVID-19 (Coronavirus): A Parent Resource (from the National Association of School Psychologists)
Building Developmental Relationships During the COVID-19 Crisis (from the Search Institute)
Real-time Resilience Strategies for Coping with Coronavirus (from the New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing and Resilience)
Pediatricians on Balancing Screen Time, Sleep, and Family During Coronavirus (from Edutopia)
Resources for Staying Mentally and Emotionally Healthy (from the San Diego County Office of Education)
Resources for Staying Mentally and Physically Healthy While at Home (from Live Well San Diego, in partnership with SDCOE)
San Diego Access and Crisis Line: Provides support in crisis intervention, mental health referrals, alcohol and drug support services, and community resources. Calls are confidential, free of charge, available seven days a week, 24 hours a day, and offered in more than 150 languages. Please call 888-724-7240.