Cajon Valley Union School District to resume full schedule on April 12
Posted at 10:51 AM, Mar 17, 2021 and last updated 10:51 AM, Mar 17, 2021EL CAJON, Calif. (CNS) -- Cajon Valley Union School District will return to a pre-pandemic schedule of full-time school, five days a week, after spring break on April 12, it was announced Wednesday.The district serves more than 17,000 students in 27 schools in the East County of San Diego. It has consistently been the first public school district in the county to move toward reopening and returning to "normal" while other districts take a cautious approach, including becoming the largest county district to get a waiver last fall for in-person education.
Cajon Valley Sycuan Joint Vaccination Clinic.
On Saturday, March 13, Cajon Valley Union School District had the pleasure of hosting a Vaccination Party, all made possible by our generous community partners, Sycuan. Shortly after announcing the event, we had 120 volunteers that included staff and vital school volunteer groups, PTA, School Site Council, English Learner Advisory Councils. Cajon Valley Health Specialists came together with the Sycuan Medical and Dental staff under the exceptional leadership of the Sycuan staff to administer 570 vaccines! The cheers, expressions of appreciation, and relief were heard and felt throughout the day. Sycuan brought more than vaccines with them on Saturday, they brought hope and confidence to our staff as they transition to a full 5-day a week school program for our students.
District Update 3/12/2021
Dear Cajon Valley Employees, Families, and Community,
This District update comes on the one year mark (364 days) of the global pandemic and will include information on the return to full-time school for all Cajon Valley students selecting “in-person” learning, Camp Cajon (Free summer learning and enrichment for Cajon Valley Students), and planning for the 2021-21 school year.
Michelle Hayes, Assistant Superintendent - Personnel
Karen Minshew, Assistant Superintendent - Education Services
David Miyashiro, Superintendent
Student Meal Distribution
Cajon Valley Union School District Child Nutrition is offering a drive-thru/walk-up distribution of daily meals, from 11 am to 1 pm, at the following schools:
Meals are free of charge and available to everyone 18 years and younger - no ID required.
Parents are welcome to go to any school site that is convenient.
All students in class will be offered meals at no charge every day.
Safely Together 2020 (CVUSD Year in Review)
COVID-19 and Reopening In-Person Instruction Framework & Public Health Guidance for K-12 Schools in California, 2020-2021 School Year (Jan 14, 2021)
Public health agencies:
Guidelines for staying healthy:
Hand Washing: Clean Hands Save Lives (CDC)