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  • March 16, 2020
    Public Health Order and FAQ

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  • March 11, 2020
    A Message from
    Superintendent, Dr. Nancy Lynch 

    Dear RUSD Families,
    A Note About Dr. Gold:
    Dr. Gold asked me to share that he was in a car accident yesterday and was transported to Marin General Hospital with six fractured ribs. He is expecting to return to work as soon as he is able. He wanted families to know that he will be delayed in responding to emails. We all wish him a speedy recovery!
    Please make sure to carefully read all of the letters sent to you from our office regarding COVID-19, which are archived here. As new guidance is provided to us by the Marin County Department of Health and Human Services, we will share that information with you. 
    Please remember that health officials are the ones who determine when schools are to be closed based on a case of COVID-19 occurring at the school. We will not close schools unless we are directed to by our health experts. Teachers and principals have worked together and have prepared a continuation of learning plan to implement in the event that we receive direction that schools would be closed for up to 14 days. To be clear, we have not received the direction to close schools.
    As indoor school events are cancelled or postponed, the principal will communicate which events are impacted with families for their particular school.
    Filtration Stations:
    Earlier this year, I informed you that we would be installing filtration stations at Reed and Del Mar after the installation of stations were completed at Bel Aire. We discovered during the installation process that it took much longer than we had anticipated. In order to not interfere with the instructional environment, we will install the remaining stations at the other schools over the summer. Please remember that the water testing done at Reed and Del Mar showed no levels of lead.
    Equity Resources for Families:
    People are expressing a wide range of emotions in regard to the spread of COVID-19. We need to ensure that our children are not experiencing any additional stress at this time. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has posted guidance on Stigma and Resilience that may be helpful for your family.
    Superintendent’s Coffee Chat is cancelled for Friday, March 20. It will be rescheduled for another date. 
    Best regards,
    Nancy Lynch, Ed.D.
    Reed Union School District