Coronavirus: What You Need to Know

Press Release

  • On July 17, Governor Gavin Newsom announced plans for how TK-12 public, private, independent and parochial students across California will begin the new school year in light of rising COVID-19 infections. The plan focuses on the use of local data to determine when
    students can safely return to classroom-based instruction. Most importantly, counties on the state’s monitoring list, Marin County included, are required to implement distance learning until the data shows infection rates are under control.

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  • On July 15, Marin County Public Health issued a joint state recommending local public, private, independent, and parochial TK-12 schools begin the new school year with a gradual approach that includes distance learning and small in-person groups. 

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Reopening Schools

  • All resources related to the Guidelines for returning to site-based instruction including trainings, Public Health discussions and templates are available on the MCOE Rethinking Schools web page.

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