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SCSD Superintendent Update COVID-10 - March 24

The County Health Officer posted another statement yesterday, March 23. Dr. Morrow strongly encourages community members to stay in their homes with your own family unit, stay in your own neighborhood, and vigilantly minimize person-to-person contact outside of the home. The statement also encourages volunteering and donating to help address the hardships caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
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SCSD Distance Learning Portal

Welcome to our new SCSD Distance Learning Portal Here you will find resources and daily lesson plans for your child(ren). Please see your school page to get announcements, guidelines, and procedures. Check in each day via the attendance form located on your school's grade level page. SCSD is obligated by the state of California to continue to track student “attendance.”
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Superintendent COVID-19 Udpates

Although our educational efforts are considered essential services, we are effectively closing our campuses to both students and staff starting March 17. We will reduce activity to what is strictly necessary to continue offering distance learning and limited school lunches. Please click on the link above for more information. For more information on the Shelter in Place order, please visit see the San Mateo County website - https://www.smcgov.org/shelter-place-faqs
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2/24/20 CMS Newsletter

In This Issue: Principal's Message, Laundry Coordinator, District News Measure N Parcel Tax Information, Attendance Reminder, Arroyo CMS PTA, 8th Grade Baby Pictures for Yearbook - Deadline February 28th, Baskin-Robbins Coupons, Make Plans to Attend the Chickens' Ball Variety Show Fundraiser in March, Interested in Getting Involved in Central's PTA Next Year, SCEF, Community Update
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650.508.7321
To reach the attendance line, dial the main number and press 1.

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Message from Our Principal

We offer a range of elective classes providing both support and enrichment opportunities for students.  After a major remodel and addition completed during the 2014-2015 school year, our students moved into a brand new building designed with innovative learning spaces that encourage community building, flexible groupings and blended learning.  Approximately 555 sixth through eighth grade students are enrolled during the 2017-18 school year, with classes arranged on a modified block schedule with a traditional calendar.  We share our campus with Arroyo School (a 4/5 upper elementary school), which opened in the fall of 2016.

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