REMINDERS FOR HYBRID/IN-PERSON STUDENTS
Check your Schedule Group in Aeries
As a reminder, in order to confirm your student’s assigned days on campus, please log in to the Aeries Family Portal and proceed to Student Info → Demographics → locate the field titled “U3,” where you will view either an “A” or a “B” in that field.
Students listed with an “A” are assigned to Schedule Group A and will attend in-person classes on campus on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Students listed with a “B” are assigned to Schedule Group B and will attend in-person classes on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
If your student is continuing in the full distance learning model, these groups do not apply.
Student Self-Health Screening
As introduced in the video, each morning, students should use this Student Self-Health Screening to assess how they are feeling and to identify any warning signs that might preclude them from coming to campus. It is going to take a concerted effort to keep OCSA safe. By participating in this daily health screening, you can help protect our school and the greater community.
Upcoming Campus Preview Opportunity
Please be reminded that students are invited to visit the OCSA campus this Friday, March 19 from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. to get reacclimated or to familiarize themselves with our campus for the first time. All students are welcome to come and “walk” their class schedules and to check out the new safety protocols and social distancing guidelines. OCSA Leadership Class students will be there to lead tours and answer any questions, and members from our Parent Support Organization (PSO) will be greeting families in the Humanities Tower breezeway. Please wear a mask and follow all social distancing guidelines and policies while on campus. We hope to see many of you there!
Beginning Monday, March 22 and continuing through the conclusion of the spring semester, this will be the bell schedule that is applicable to all students, in both the Hybrid/In-Person Learning and Virtual Learning Academies.
This map indicates which doors students should use when arriving to campus each day based on the locations of their Block 1 and Block 4 classes, in addition to approved drop-off and pick-up areas.
The most up-to-date information regarding our return to campus can be found in this document. Topics include health and safety, COVID-19 testing and procedures, campus and facilities, special services, drop-off/pick-up, transportation and carpool, food services, and much more.
Stay informed of any potential positive cases on campus and access the COVID-19 Reporting Form in order to report a positive test, symptoms, or exposure.
Access previous email communications from OCSA. Information that was provided in these email communications has been updated in the above FAQ as well.
View OCSA’s approved plan for the return to campus, complete with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH).
We cannot wait to see many of you very soon. Thank you to all OCSA families for your patience and support during these extraordinary times!