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SCTFC Meeting (3/25, 5pm)

The District’s School Consolidation TaskForce Committee to meet today at 5:00 p.m. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the meeting will be held via teleconference. The Committee’s meeting agenda and teleconference details are available at
This meeting will be recorded and made available on the SCTFC webpage.
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COVID-19 Update #9: Student Learning & Food Service

Weeklong packets of ungraded enrichment packets will be available for pick up at Sowers MS from 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. tomorrow (3/24/20). (Update @3:58pm: If you are a 3rd grade family please wait until 10:30am to pick up a packet as they were not included in the original shipment from the printer.)

Grab N Go meal distribution continues at Peterson ES from 11:00 a.m. to Noon on weekdays.

Please click "Read Full Story" for full details.
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HBCSD Needs Assessment: Complete by Sunday, 3/22 @ 11:59 p.m.

Huntington Beach City School District is in the process of developing a Distance Learning Implementation Plan to support student learning.

A key component to delivering learning content during school closures will require students to be able to access curriculum digitally. As such, we need to make sure every student has a device to use at home. We ask that families complete a survey posted on our website (www.hbcsd.k12.ca.us) by Sunday, March 22 at 11:59pm so we can determine the needs of our families and prepare accordingly. Please click on "Read Full Story" to access the short survey.

If your student(s) have access to a computer and internet connection you do NOT need to complete the survey. (Updated 6:11pm 3/20/20)
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Update #7 (March 19): Ungraded Enrichment Activities

Ungraded enrichment activities that students can engage with at home are now available! Packets of activities are also available for for pick up at Peterson ES (20661 Farnsworth Lane) on weekdays from 11:00 a.m. - Noon until March 27, 2020.  

HBCSD will move towards distance learning for our students starting on March 30, 2020. Next week, we will gauge our community's access to a computer/device with WiFi/Internet access to support our students' continued learning. This curriculum will be grade level specific and developed by our teachers. 

Please click "Read Full Story" to access the ungraded enrichment activities for your student(s).
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HBCSD Schools closed Monday, March 16 - Friday, March 27

HBCSD's Board of Education met in an Emergency Board Meeting on Friday, March 13, 2020 and unanimously voted to temporarily close all HBCSD schools and offices effective Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 27 out of an abundance of caution for student, staff, and community safety. The public health crisis created by COVID-19 has put our institutions, including K-12 school districts, in uncharted territory and we must take steps to prevent the spread of the illness. In addition to proactive actions taken by HBCSD, we will continue to follow the guidance of public health experts to protect our students, families, staff and the community. Students will not be provided work to complete, but rather a list of activities to do at home will be posted on our website to keep students active.
This is a stressful time for families and everyone involved so we thank you for your understanding of the many unique considerations of K-12 school districts in serving our diverse population and needs.
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Optional Student Activities during School Closure

Superintendent Haulk has announced that students will not be required to complete any work during the closure at this time. He has released a list of optional student activities to help keep children engaged and active. Please note that these are not required activities.
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COVID-19 Update #2

Superintendent Haulk has released an additional update that cancels or postpones all "non-essential" gatherings and field trips. In addition, all families are reminded that if your child is running a fever or is feeling sick, to keep your student home for the duration of the illness.
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