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SDUSD Will Distribute Netbooks To Correia Families Wednesday, April 8th

Correia Families,

As we transition to full Distance Learning, we recognize that some families will need support and we are committed to having a Distance Learning program that is accessible to all San Diego Unified students. We will be issuing Chromebook laptops for students for their use for the remainder of the school year. These devices will be returned at the end of the academic year.

Our district has developed a centralized plan for distributing netbooks to students for use with distance learning. PLEASE REVIEW THE INFORMATION BELOW:

  • Netbooks are not being distributed from every school in the district. Pick-up locations are at the following high schools: Clairemont, Crawford, Hoover, Lincoln, Morse, San Diego High, and Scripps Ranch.
  • Netbooks are not being distributed from any of the schools physically located in the Point Loma cluster. Parents of students attending a school in the Point Loma cluster are to report to San Diego High School to receive a netbook. San Diego High School is located at: 1405 Park Blvd., San Diego, CA 92101
  • Families who have more than one child and are requesting more than one netbook can pick up multiple devices at the same time. You do NOT need to report to San Diego High School more than once.

Distance Learning is new for all of us and we are all learners in this process. Many educators may be entering into new learning as we shift to teaching students in an online setting. Please be patient if you do not hear from your teacher on day one. These are unprecedented times which require us to be innovative, and we appreciate your patience as we all rise to meet new challenges together.

Our district has developed an informational website for parents. Follow this link to view the district website. Please visit this website frequently for information related to netbook distribution, curriculum options for children, and news related to school closures.

 

Text of a communication sent by the district to all families on 4/3/20 regarding device distribution is included below.

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Distribution Lists

Alpha 

Lincoln 

Clairemont 

Morse 

Crawford 

San Diego 

Hoover 

Scripps Ranch 

Dear San Diego Unified School District Families,

On Monday, April 6th, our students on a traditional calendar return from spring break and resume online learning. We have shared 15 days of new instructional resources on the district web site at sandi.net and many of our teachers have been posting lesson plans and other materials to support student learning. As we transition to full Distance Learning, we recognize that some families will need support and we are committed to having a Distance Learning program that is accessible to all San Diego Unified students. We will be issuing Chromebook laptops for students for their use for the remainder of the school year. These devices will be returned at the end of the academic year.

Chromebook laptops: Any student in grades TK-12 who does not have a computer or tablet device at home will be issued a Chromebook laptop between April 6th and April 24th. Pick-up locations are at the following high schools: Clairemont, Crawford, Hoover, Lincoln, Morse, San Diego High, and Scripps Ranch. Please refer to the chart in this communication to identify the pick up date and time for your student. Please go to the pick-up location that is closest to your home. You will receive a message from the district reminding you of your pick-up date.

Internet Connectivity: Qualifying families within the Cox service area are encouraged to sign up for the Connect2Compete program offering free Cox installation and internet services for the next 60 days. Additional options will also be provided to you during your Chromebook laptop pick-up time. 

PICK UP PROCEDURES

When you arrive at the location, please ensure you adhere to all social distancing guidelines and have your nose and mouth covered. Staff will be adhering to the guidelines on social distancing and following protocols to protect everyone.  All laptops will be sanitized prior to distribution and must be returned at the end of the school year.  We will be offering both drive up and walk up distribution processes: 
 

Drive Up Directions:

Please remain in your vehicle at all times and follow directions for the designated path. A staff member will come to your vehicle.  Stretch your hand out to get your devices.  The staff member will do the same.

 

Walk Up Directions:

Form a line in the designated area and maintain the 6-foot social distancing protocol. Please do not bring anyone other than those absolutely necessary. Keep your family close together, to make the 6-foot distance between families easier. 

 

Face Coverings:  If you have a mask or a “do-it-yourself” face covering (scarf, bandana), please wear it to the pick up site. The County of San Diego is encouraging this for all encounters outside of your home.  

 

Please bring your photo ID and show proof of identity for your child by providing your:

  1. Child’s school ID card OR
  2. Student ID number OR 
  3. Child’s date of birth and address 
  4. Write your child’s name, ID number, or date of birth and address in large print on a sheet of paper that can be easily ready by staff members from a distance of at least 6 feet. Carry this with you to the line or place on the dash or your car and be prepared to show it to staff.

*Students in middle or high school may pick up their laptop device without a parent or guardian present.

Distance Learning is new for all of us and we are all learners in this process. Many educators may be entering into new learning as we shift to teaching students in an online setting. Please be patient if you do not hear from your teacher on day one. These are unprecedented times which require us to be innovative, and we appreciate your patience as we all rise to meet new challenges together.  

In partnership, 

San Diego Unified School District

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