The following report was created as a summary of the collective efforts by administrators, classified staff, and certificated teachers to support students and families with distance learning, food services, and student supervision. Please click "Read Full Story" to access the full report. This document is also available on the "COVID-19" page under "Resources".
At the June 23, 2020 Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, the Board accepted the resignation of Superintendent Gregg Haulk, who will retire effective August 1. The Board will begin a search for his replacement immediately with plans for new leadership announced by mid-fall 2020. Former Buena Park Superintendent Greg Magnuson will assume interim duties until that time.
Recently the California Department of Education and California Department of Public Health released updated guidance on safely opening schools for the 2020-2021 school year. As we review the guidance documents, Huntington Beach City School District will use the guidance documents along with input from stakeholders to plan for the 2020-2021 school year. The input from you, our HBCSD families, is an essential part of our planning process to safely open our schools. We will be sending out a parent survey directly to parent email addresses on Wednesday, June 17. The email will come from Qualtrics, a vendor that Orange County Department of Education uses. Please check your spam folder if you do not see the email. The plans to safely reopen schools will continue to be developed and evolve throughout the summer as more information becomes available. Follow up information with more specific details regarding our 2020-2021 plans will be sent to families at a later date. We appreciate your input and hope you continue to be well through these uncertain times.
The agenda for the April 21, 2020 Regular Meeting of the HBCSD Board of Trustees has been released. Full details on how to join the Zoom meeting and/or submit a public comment are on Page iv of the Agenda. Public comment submissions will close at 4:30 p.m. Click "Read Full Story" to access the agenda.
(UPDATED 3.30.20 @ 9:20 a.m.)
The Distance Learning webpage is now up! Click "Read Full Story" to go to the page.
HBCSD will transition to a distance learning model starting on Monday, March 30th. A HUGE thank you to our amazing teachers, administration, and staff who have been working hard to get ready for this new learning model to be implemented. Superintendent Haulk released a letter to families last (Friday, 3/27/20) with information on this new learning model, support tips, and suggested home learning schedules. Go to the COVID-19 page to access this letter.
HBCSD extends school closures through May 1, 2020 and a second wave of Chromebook distribution will be held tomorrow (4/2) at Sowers MS from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Please click "Read Full Story" for full details on these topics and more!
All HBCSD schools have been closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. While campuses are shuttered for the safety of our students, staff, and community, school is still in session. Our distance learning and food service will continue to support our students’ learning and wellness. Please click on "Read Full Story" to access more information in our COVID-19 Update #13.
It's time for Spring Break! Next week (April 13-17) there will be no distance learning or food service. In addition, next Tuesday, April 14th at 5:00 p.m. the Board of Trustees will hold a Study Session via Zoom. Please click on "Read Full Story" to access the agenda.
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We’re back at it this week HBCSD families! FREE Grab N Go meals will continue to be distributed daily to students (18 & under) at Perry ES (10-11am) & Peterson ES (11am-Noon).