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Distance Learning/COVID-19 Response


On Friday, August 28, new state guidelines were introduced in the document A Blueprint for a Safer Economy. This blueprint includes information on the possible re-opening of schools. This new guidance went into effect on Monday, August 31.

Click Here to for these new state COVID-19 guidelines

Contra Costa County is currently in the “Purple” tier and must stay there for three (3) weeks. Updates are given by the state each Tuesday. The earliest Contra Costa County could move into the “Red” tier is September 22nd. The County must then meet the "Red" tier criteria for two (2) weeks before schools are able to re-open. 

If the County does not meet the criteria or worsens, we will remain in the "Purple" tier and the clock starts over. Counties can be more stringent. De La Salle will continue to monitor the situation and update families as new information becomes available.  

Along with the Contra Costa County Office of Education (CCCOE) and the Contra Costa Health Services (CCSH) office, De La Salle High School will continue to monitor the situation with COVID-19. With the local government's announcement of the extended closure dates, De La Salle's Flexible Learning Plan, via Schoology, is currently in place for the 2020-21 school year. 

We will continue to communicate with our families as we receive updates from the local and state agencies.

  • Assuming students are well, the expectation is that they continue to work/study online. If students are sick, parents are still required to call into the school’s attendance line at 925-288-8222.

 

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De La Salle Communication Updates


Our sincere thoughts and prayers go out to everyone affected by the outbreak of the coronavirus known as COVID–19. In an effort to keep our community safe and informed, we are sharing the very latest information about how COVID–19 is affecting the De La Salle community.

We thank you for your continued patience and understanding during this challenging time. As the situation progresses, updates will be available here and will be shared via email as well. Should you have specific questions that are not noted below, please email us at dlscommunications@dlshs.org.




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