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What Students Need To Know Before Returning to Campus

If your student has opted-in for in-person instruction, please make sure to read the following:
Instructional Model
SUHSD has chosen to adopt a concurrent learning model, known by many as “zoomers and roomers”. The Concurrent Instructional Model is a partial return to on-site instruction with the following key elements:
  • Students will maintain their exisisting class schedules
  • Teachers will be in their classrooms while delivering instruction
  • Instruction will be delivered via Zoom whether the student is on campus or at home
  • Students who opt for 100% distance learning will attend Zoom classes from home just as they have done all school year.
  • Wednesdays will continue to be asynchronous days
Schedules and Groups
Beginning the week of April 5, 2021, 25% of students will return to school in the in-person instruction/concurrent instructional model. The student body at each campus will be divided into four groups (A, B, C, and D). The return to campus will be as follows: 
  • On April 5 & 6 Group A will be invited to attend class on campus 
  • On April 8 & 9 Group B will be invited to attend class on campus 
  • On April 12 & 13 Group C will be invited to attend class on campus
  • On April 15 & 16 Group D will be invited to attend class on campus 
After the first two weeks, schools will combine the four Groups into Groups up to 50% capacity. Example: A+B and C+D  
Starting on April 19 or when we are in the “Orange” tier, whichever is later, up to half of the student body will be invited to be on campus at any time:
Example: Group A+B will attend Mondays and Tuesdays, and group C+D on Thursdays and Fridays. 
Students will need to know their designated Group Assignments (A, B, C, D) and have received their class schedules before returning to campus. If you have not been assigned a group or have not received your class schedule, please contact your school site immediately. 
Health & Safety Guidelines
A Daily Health Check is required for any student on campus or any district site for any reason. Please read Frontline Student Portal Instructions before returning to campus. Students will complete the health screening before entering campus every day.
If you need further assistance setting up your account, please follow these levels of support:
Account Activation Instructions
STEP 1: Download the Frontline Health Portal application (Google Play, Apple Store or hover your smartphone camera over QR code) 
Frontline Download Apps
STEP 2: Activate student account: open app or access through web browser and select “ACTIVATE ACCOUNT”
Frontline Login       ]
STEP 3: Enter in: State (California), Sequoia Union High School District, District email address (
  • Click “send me a temporary password”
Frontline Activate Account
STEP 4: Update password, Agree to Terms of Use, select & complete registration for “FAMILIES”
STEP 5: Set Notifications and/or Change Language in My Account
Students must also:
  • Participate in COVID Testing administered by staff on-site
  • Wear a facemask over their nose and mouth at all times 
  • Maintain a minimum of six feet distance at all times
  • Wash the hands or use hand sanitizer upon entering school facilities and buildings
  • Eat lunch in designated outdoor spaces
  • Follow hallway protocols (adhere to signage that will designate where the student can walk)
  • Follow sign-in and dismissal procedures
  • Stay home if they feel unwell
As a reminder, families that opted in to have their student(s) attend on campus in-person instruction should have their student(s) attend classes on their assigned days. Please note:
  • Students continuing in distance learning will keep following all established attendance procedures and policies by attending classes online
  • Students that opted for on campus in-person instruction are expected to attend classes on campus when assigned; students will be marked absent if they do not physically attend their class(es)
    • Parents should log into Infinite Campus to see their student's attendance prior to contacting the school to inquire about student absences
    • Parents should discuss with their student(s) why classes were not attended in person
    • Parents can contact the attendance office to clear absence per established guidelines in the district Attendance Handbook (pg. 5: English | Español)
    • If these students attend virtually, teachers will still mark students absent and note "Zoom" in the attendance comment code
    • Attendance calls will be sent home daily as usual; the district is required to communicate student attendance with parents and guardians on a regular basis
    • Tardies and Attendance codes will be utilized as important data markers for Covid contact tracing
Students will need to bring a charged laptop or Chromebook to school. Student headphones (basic wired) will be provided, but students can use their own headphones.
COVID-19 Exposures
Please communicate with your school site Administration promptly if your student or an immediate family member has COVID-19 symptoms, been diagnosed with COVID-19, or were exposed to someone with COVID-19.
Check-in with your school site for more information and additional student expectations.