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District Discusses Next Steps in Reopening

District Discusses Next Steps in Reopening
Posted on 10/30/2020

Earlier this week, the San Diego Unified’s Board President, Vice President and Superintendent gave an important update on the work to keep students and staff safe during the Covid-19 pandemic. They also spoke about our continued commitment to follow science, as we plan to further reopen schools when it’s safe to do so.

“At schools all across San Diego, workers have installed desk shields, air filtration devices, sanitizing stations, social distancing signs and a lot of PPE - more than $11 million in PPE,” Superintendent Cindy Marten said. “Overall, we have spent more than $45 million preparing our schools to reopen in the safest, most responsible way possible. We have not cut corners, and we will not. I want our families to know we are taking every possible precaution to keep your students safe.”

Read the San Diego Union-Tribune coverage here.


Channel 8 broadcast the announcement in full if you would like to watch their remarks.


Copies of the official’s statements are posted in the News Center.

For more information on the district’s plan to reopen gradually and in phases, please visit our website. Thank you for all you are doing to help students succeed at this difficult time.