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COVID-19

On Wednesday, March 16, 2022 the HUSD Board of Trustees took action to move from a mandatory masking policy to one that makes indoor masking highly recommended. This is in line with current recommendations with the CDC, State, and County Health Departments. To view the presentation from last night click here: English / Spanish.

This change is to take effect immediately at both Healdsburg High School and Healdsburg Junior High. Thus today, students and staff may have chosen to mask or not to mask indoors. 

Elementary sites will move to this beginning on Monday, April 11th, allowing parents more time to get younger students vaccinated or make alternative arrangements for their families.

I do want to share that should there be an exposure, any student/staff would have to mask indoors for 5 days. Furthermore, Dr. Mase has shared that she would institute mandatory masking in all schools should Sonoma County hit a case rate of 20 new cases per 100,000. (currently at 6.3 new cases per 100,000, back to the extremely low levels prior to December). Thus, masks, though they may be off for some, are not necessarily gone forever.  

I know that many have strong feelings on both sides of this issue and want to thank you for working with us through this transition. On many levels, this is an exciting development as we move from pandemic to endemic. Nearly two years after shuttering our schools and retreating to Zoom, we are taking an important step back to “normal”.

Thank you again for your ongoing  support as we navigate through this together. Please read on for more important information regarding upcoming vaccination clinics and as always, feel free to contact me or your site principal directly if you have any questions. 

Sincerely,
Chris Vanden Heuvel
Superintendent


New Exposure/Quarantine Flowchart: English / Spanish

COVID-19 Resources: English / Spanish

COVID-19 Symptomatic Testing FOR STUDENTS at HUSD!

DATE: WEDNESDAYS ONLY!!! - Due to the decline in the need of testing we will only be testing on Wednesdays beginning the week of April 4th. If the need increases the District will readjust to best serve our students.

TIME: 8:00 am to 10:00 am
LOCATION: Outside Room A7 at the High School (adjacent to rear of District Office where deliveries are made to Cafeteria)

You MUST register at: https://my.primary.health/r/healdsburgusd?registration_type=student  (Once you have registered your child, they will be in our database and will not need to register again). Please note: Students must be present to test. We no longer have testing kits to take home. 
You are eligible if:

  1. Your student is at home due to symptoms and has not tested yet
  2. It has been more than 5 days since the student tested positive, or was asked to quarantine due to exposure.

  

ConFIRMED COVID-19 CASES DASHBOARD

Please click HERE to view the dashboard.

COVID-19 Daily Screening
Click below to the view the home COVID-19 Symptom Screening Guide:
English / Spanish
HUSD COVID-19 SAFETY PLAN

COVID-19 Prevention Program
Board Approved 2-16-2022 - English / Spanish

COVID-19 Guidance Checklist
Board Approved 2-16-2022 - English / Spanish

 
REPORT COVID-19 HEALTH/SAFETY CONCERNS
LINK TO REPORTING FORM
 

    

To view the latest communication (02-13-2022) from Superintendent Vanden Heuvel including new guidance from the California Department of Public Health, please click English / Spanish.

  


HUSD Athletics Return to Play Safety Plan
English, Spanish  
 
HUSD Indoor Sports Plan
English, Spanish
 

PARENT NOTIFICATION: AB 13O INDEPENDENT STUDY PROGRAM

On July 9, 2021, California’s Governor signed into law Assembly Bill 130 (“AB 130”), which made significant changes to independent study laws for the 2021-22 school year.

For the 2021-2022 school year, all public school districts are required to offer an independent study option to students and families to be made available to students whose health would be put at risk by in-person instruction, as determined by the parent or guardian. HUSD sent home communication about this on August 4, 2021.

Please read the letter please click: EnglishSpanish

california parent & youth helpline

The California Parent and Youth Helpline provides support and resource referrals to parents and youth during the current COVID-19 pandemic, 7-days a week from 8:00am to 8:00pm.

Call or text 1-855-427-2736 for services in English, Spanish and other languages. For more information, please visit: 
caparentyouthhelpline.org