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Weekly Letter to the Community, Week 17 of Distance Learning
Posted 12/6/20

Regional Stay at Home Order

 

Good Afternoon and Happy Sunday Cabrillo Families,
 

Regional Stay at Home Order
Last week, Governor Newsom announced a Regional Stay at Home Order that will be triggered if Intensive Care Unit (ICU) capacity drops below 15 percent in a given region. That means all sectors other than retail and essential operations would be closed in regions of the State where less than 15 percent of ICU beds are available under a new Regional Stay Home Order
The following day (on Friday), seven bay area counties updated the governor's trigger for citizens of the Bay Area. Rather than waiting until Intensive Care Unit (ICU) bed availability reaches critical levels and delaying closures that are inevitable, the Health Officers for the Counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, and Santa Clara as well as the City of Berkeley are jointly announcing that they will implement the State’s Regional Stay Home Order now.

 

Superintendent Cammack shared the following in an update to all staff: 


“This doesn't indicate or mandate a significant change in our operations to support and operate distance learning and those related services within FUSD. It should be noted, that in almost all aspects of the orders, guidance, and public statements from health officers at the state and local level, keeping operations open and functional for schools and/or distance learning has been paramount. While these new orders may not mandate or indicate any major change in our overall operations, it does serve as a reminder that we should be extra cautious in our personal and professional practices.”


What does that mean for Cabrillo?

The Cabrillo office will remain open during the stay at home order. In addition, materials pickup will continue as scheduled. Please observe social distancing protocols and do not come on campus unless you are wearing a mask.
 

Parent Workshop:Helping Children Manage Anxiety during COVID-19
As the COVID-19 pandemic wears on, its effects on our mental health may have become increasingly noticeable - especially in children and teens. Fremont counselors have prepared a presentation on this topic and prepared an excellent flyer Managing Kids Anxiety. Join us on Zoom for a parent workshop as counselors from FUSD share information and ways to help kids cope with stress and manage anxiety about COVID-19. The meeting will be held Wednesday, December 9th, 2020 from 6:00 - 7:00. You can attend by going to Zoom, select JOIN A MEETING, then enter the Meeting ID and Passcode below.

  • Meeting ID: 929 9044 3989
  • Passcode: 186755

Yearbook Cover Contest
Student council is inviting all Cabrillo Wildcats to participate in a yearbook cover design contest.  All entries due Friday, January 29, 2021. The winning design will be featured on the front of the 2020-2021 Cabrillo Elementary School yearbook. All entries must: 

  • Have a Distance Learning Theme
  • Include the name of the school: Cabrillo Elementary
  • Include the school year: 2020-2021

Please see the linked flyer with more information: Yearbook Cover Contest

 

Materials Distribution This Week
Contactless delivery resumes this week with TK on Tuesday. The cafeteria doors are open from 6:00 am - 6:00 pm. Please make sure to take the materials only from your student’s basket.    

 

Stay Safe,
David Thornley
Principal, Cabrillo Elementary