Issue V | August 10, 2020
Superintendent's Message
Welcome back to the 2020-21 school year! This past year has certainly presented public education with unprecedented challenges related to educating our most precious assets, our students. I remain grateful for everyone’s effort and flexibility as we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic that forced emergency closures in our schools last spring and continue to impact schools across California as we begin the 2020-21 school year virtually. 

We are so proud of our entire school community for working together to create a strong and successful start to the year and encourage you to check our district and school websites frequently for necessary updates.

Trevor Painton,
Virtual Learning Standards
Student Technology Support
Virtual learning for the 2020-21 school year will meet the requirements of California Senate Bill 98 to ensure all students receive rigorous virtual instruction.

Virtual instruction for students this fall will look significantly different from
the remote learning options that were offered last spring during emergency school closures.

Is your student in need of technical assistance during virtual learning?

Families can contact their student's teacher directly for login problems and/or technical issues related to assignments and instructional programs or call our repair hotline to make an appointment with a technician for physical issues with the student Chromebook or hotspot device.

School Meal Services
During virtual learning, Romoland School District Nutrition Services will provide an opportunity for ALL enrolled RSD students to pick up breakfast, lunch, snack and supper meals at our elementary school sites from 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Middle school students can pick up meals at any meal service location. 

Parent/Guardian Tips for Virtual Learning
Supporting learning and keeping a sense of normalcy and routine is important for students in the virtual classroom. Virtual learning, just like classroom learning, is goal-oriented.

To help all of us make the best of the new virtual learning environment, we have developed a list of Parent/Guardian Tips for the Virtual Learning Environment to prepare for some of the more practical aspects of learning from home.

Community Resources
Visit our directory of services in Riverside County that our district’s students and families may need to access. It includes resources for both crisis and non-crisis situations.

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