Community Meeting - Youth Adult Alliance - How can we work together to reduce youth substance use and abuse in Marin County?
Join us to answer this question, identify shared priorities, and take action to turn the tide on this crisis in our community. The meeting will be held at the Marin County Office of Education, Tuesday, August 30, 2016, 7 -9 pm. All parents and community partners are invited.
Interim guidance for kindergarten through grade 12 (K–12) district and school administrators for public health actions pertaining to a virus infection. This guidance is intended to address concerns about the risk for a virus in K–12 schools in the continental United States and Hawaii, provide school districts with information for planning school-related activities, and recommend actions that can be taken, in consultation with local public health authorities and government officials, to reduce the potential risk for a virus transmission on school premises and among students. This guidance provides an overview of the potential roles and responsibilities of public health authorities and school officials, describes prevention measures that schools can take to reduce mosquito exposure, and provides information on responding to a case of travel-associated a virus infection or confirmed local mosquito-borne transmission of a virus.
- Virus Response Planning: Interim Guidance for District and School Administrators in the Continental United States and Hawaii
- REMS TA Center's Keeping Students and Staff Safe from Infectious Diseases Website
2016-2017 Annual Notice to Parents
Consistent with Education Code section 48980 and other state and federal laws which require districts to annually notify students, parents, and guardians of their legal rights and responsibilities.
- Legal Update Cover Letter
- Annual Notice to Parents (English) 2016-17
- Annual Notice to Parents (Spanish) 2016-17
Per the attached letter from Tom Torlekson, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, with the beginning of a new calendar year, the California Department of Education is emphasizing more pointedly our most important priority – student safety.
Protocol to Report Activities or Events Considered an Emergency and/or of High Importance - Private, Parochial and Independent Schools
Reporting school-related emergencies from weather-related to intruder lock downs
The SASH training program is a free hands-on, interactive, one-day course that trains key school district employees to become health and safety leaders for their district. Participants will learn key occupational safety and health concepts, how to develop an effective Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP), and how to take a leadership role in promoting health and safety for school employees
On September 13, 2016, Marin County is offering cash for an operable semi-automatic handgun, an operable assault rifle or other operable firearms.