Schools: K-12

Resources for School Staff, Students, and Families

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Text COSD COVID19 to 468-311 to get text alert updates.

For health or testing related questions, contact your healthcare provider. For general questions about COVID-19, information about community resources, or if you're uninsured, call 2-1-1 San Diego.

 

 

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The Tools for Schools searchable resource database from Live Well Schools highlights innovative and effective ways for school policymakers and other stakeholders to meet the unique health and wellness needs of students, families, and staff. Tools for Schools provides a wide array of resources based on a broader definition of wellness that includes social and emotional health and a focus on addressing health disparities (see attached flyer). Live Well Schools staff is available to provide a 5-minute overview of this new resource. Please contact Deirdre Kleske at deirdre.kleske@sdcounty.ca.gov.  

The following flyers contain links to reputable resources relevant to families with school-aged children. The flyer with hyper-links can be shared electronically by email to distribution lists, or it can be posted on your website. The 'printable' flyer has website URLs written out. It is intended for printing and can be handed out to families or placed in bags that are being distributed at meal service sites. Please share them both widely with your networks

 

 

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Nutrition Education:

 

 

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Resources for All Ages:

Resources for Younger Students

Nature Focused:

 

 

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For extra academic support, we recommend that you first contact your school or district to see what resources are available to you. Additional resources are also available:

  • UCSD Tritons Tutor: Free K-12 virtual tutoring provided by UC San Diego students. Every Tuesday and Friday from 4pm – 6pm. Visit the website to sign up and email hdhwellness@ucsd.edu if you have any questions.
  • Virtual Homework Help from San Diego Libraries:  Free homework help to students and their families, Monday through Saturday. Homework help for Spanish speakers available Monday through Thursday. Visit the website for more information, to sign up email DYHAL@SanDiego.gov with your student’s name, grade, and which session they would like to attend.
  • Student Resources from San Diego County Library:  This page provides video tutorials on how to use our student databases, how to begin a research paper, and even how to get started on Google Docs. Also, our great librarians have organized digital bookshelves with test study guides, classroom sets, and more to engage students with the learning materials and books they need. 
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Submit a Safety Review Request To California Department of Public Health

Process suspended on March 17th, 2021 due to San Diego County entering the Red Tier.

This process allows local education agencies (LEAs) to seek an exemption to operate outside of the state’s guidance, ‘COVID-19 and Reopening In-Person Instruction Framework & Public Health Guidance for K-12 Schools in California, 2020-2021 School Year' released January 14th, in two circumstances:

  • Unable to meet Physical Distancing requirements: Letter of Intent must be received no later than February 17th, 2021
  • Operating under July 17th  definition of open

See a timeline of this process.

Visit  https://caschoolsopening.powerappsportals.us/en-US/letter-of-intent/ to learn more. 

County of San Diego School Safety Review Request