Hi RVUSD Community Members,
The In Person Learning Task Force has met four times to date: November 2nd, 9th and 19th and then again on December 3rd. The purpose of this report is to provide the Board of Education an update on the progress of this Task Force. The Task Force membership consisted of teachers, staff, parents and administrators with varying perspectives. The goal of the Task Force is to update RVUSD's In Person Learning Plan by discussing the latest expectations for Health and Safety and Hybrid Learning models.

To date, District Administration has hosted 7 community engagement forums in order to communicate the latest plans, answer questions and receive feedback. A total of 5 such forums were also hosted specifically for staff.

The In Person Learning Task Force and subsequent groups of educators helped to create the following two items for the Board's consideration:
1) Updated Health and Safety Protocols
2) Hybrid Model Schedules for our various program needs:
Rincon Valley Charter School 7-8, TK-6th grade, Rincon Valley Partnership Preschool, Rincon Valley Partnership TK-6th, Social Emotional Learning Program and Mild/Moderate Classes

The Board has approved these plans when RVUSD is able to open our schools for in person learning as outlined by the California Blueprint for a Safer Economy. Under current legislation, this will occur once Sonoma County reaches the Red Tier and remains in that tier for two weeks. With the current surge in virus cases in the State of California, it is difficult to determine the exact timeline for when our county will reach this tier. The main objective of our District is to be fully prepared to open once we are provided the opportunity under state and local public health guidelines.

Reopening Hybrid Model Presentation:
District Health and Safety Plans: