February 19th Phase 1 Expanded Update

February 19th Phase 1 Expanded Update Letter To Parents
Posted on 02/19/2021

Follow this link to view the letter in English / Spanish

February 19, 2021


 Dear Parents,


 This letter will provide an update regarding the implementation of Phase 1 reopening. Parents received an email titled ”Safe Learning Labs Coming to Campuses  #BetterSD” from Superintendent Cindy Marten. The email announced that San Diego Unified will open in-person learning labs at many of its nearly 200 schools in the coming weeks, providing study space and support from staff to student populations facing the most severe challenges. The program services students TK-12th grade. The email stated “parents will begin receiving emails to confirm their participation next week.”


During an informational meeting, district leadership provided a general overview of the Safe Learning Lab program. It was determined that the anticipated start date for the Safe Learning Lab program is Monday, February, 22nd. Sites are expected to have a phased-in approach for implementation based on the availability of staffing.


The San Diego Unified School District and the San Diego Educators Association released a joint statement on February 11, 2021. Please follow this link to view the joint agreement


Point Loma Principals are actively working to secure staffing given the fact participation is voluntary. We are exploring guidelines for student participation and program structure design. Please know that due to a variety of factors, the structure and scope of Phase 1 will differ between every school in the Point Loma cluster. We are identifying students for participation in campus-based learning. No additional action is required by parents at this time. You will be contacted directly by your school if your student is selected for in-person learning. We will continue to share details with our community as they become available.



Point Loma Cluster Principals

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