Continuity of Learning 2020-21 has been created to provide information and resources for our RVSD community related to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on our school community. This page will be updated regularly as we receive updated information, data, and guidelines from Marin County Office of Education (MCOE), Marin County Health and Human Services Department (MCHHS), and the State (CA Department of Education and CA Department of Public Health. We use these updates to continually refine our planning for our distance and in-person instruction.
In this time of unprecedented challenges due to the pandemic, the RVSD team is more committed than ever to create learning experiences for all students that are engaging, meaningful and address their academic and social/emotional needs.
Our key priority: student well-being during challenging times
All of us are mourning the loss of the “normal” life we have temporarily lost due to the pandemic. Many aspects of our social and familial interactions are severely limited. Instead of our children being able to learn and grow alongside their peers every day on our campuses, we have to deliver instruction and support via virtual means. This abrupt shift has impacted all of us in profound ways. As a district family, we are more committed than ever to helping our students feel connected to their learning and to each other despite our physical distance. The start of the school year will be centered around building community and relationships, as well as helping our students understand how they can access academic and social/emotional support.