Important Updates

This page will be used for important messages and policy updates.  It will also be used for updates for our parents, students, staff, and community in the event of an emergency situation.

COVID-19 - School Transition Updates

Reopening Waiver/Operations

Secondary School Reopening Plan
Elementary School Reopening Waiver Application (Engl / Span)
Elementary Operations

School Reopening Plan: Guidelines for a Healthy and Safe Return to Our Schools

School Reopening Plan (Complete) [Engl] [Span]

Mitigate the Spread Videos

Self-Administered Rapid Antigen Testing
Social Distancing
Self-Screening & Feeling Sick
Wear a Mask
Riding the Bus
Back to School Safety During COVID-19
5-Step Guide to Making Tough Decisions

WebEx Meetings for Parents

Superintendent Parent Meetings:

Link to Parent Meeting - Back to School & School Transition Updates (8/12/21)

Click here for all previous Parent Meetings hosted by our Superintendent

Superintendent Messages to Parents:

January 18, 2022

Dear Parents and Guardians:

Based on emerging scientific knowledge, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new guidance recently.  The California Department of Health has now updated its guidance and recommendations on quarantine and isolation procedures for PreK-12 grade public schools to better align with the CDC.

On Friday, our staff met with county public health officials to review these changes.  We will continue to collaborate with public health and utilize other effective mitigation strategies, such as indoor masking, to safely operate our schools.  Our overarching mission remains keeping our schools open, providing a safe and healthy environment for our students and staff, and doing our part to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in our community.

Effective today, our district will implement these new isolation and quarantine procedures at all PJUSD schools and workplaces to comply with new CDPH quarantine recommendations and consistent with Cal/OSHA standards for our staff.

Additionally, beginning Wednesday, January 19, 2022 the federal government will be providing up to four rapid antigen test kits per household at no charge.  The link to order these is:

Please see the attached table containing detailed information on these new protocols.


Dr. Philip M. Alfano, Superintendent

Letter to Parents - Updated COVID-19 Protocols for Students (1/18/22) [Engl][Span]

COVID-19 Protocols for Students

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