California schools have been rapidly adjusting to new distance learning requirements as well as graduation processes and accountability. Fountain Valley School District has it's latest developments coming from State Superintended Tony Thurmond's request for waivers under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Here's the shortlist of what's changed, graduation requirements and Tony Thurmond's mission to close the digital divide for students without internet access.
Hi Locals! We know everything has been moving at the speed of light so we wanted to provide a quick recap for you that's easy, quick and factual. This is a three-part installation starting with our favorite city and county: Fountain Valley, Orange County!
The California Department of Education held their very first virtual press conference today regarding the $100 million allocated in SB 117 to schools in response to covid-19. The conference included distance learning, special education, emergency grants and when schools can choose to open.
School Testing & Accountability Waiver in Federal Preliminary Approval for 2019-20
Fountain Valley School District (FVSD) will continue essential learning under a fluid basis. The FVSD received guidance from the California Department of Public Health to determine what activities are essential and non-essential during the covid19 pandemic.