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College & Career Planning

With closures due to COVID-19, families may have questions about the impact on college admissions and career planning. Please visit the SDUHSD College & Career Planning page for resources as well as following your high school counselors communications and guidance directly.
 
Remember, from K-12 to colleges, everyone in education is adjusting to this unexpected situation. Many college and career programs have shared information about adjustments to admission policies and transcript review due to circumstances surrounding the coronavirus and school closures. Information changes based on current conditions and the institutions themselves are the best sources for updated information. We wanted to share some relevant examples:

Grab & Go Meals

Free Meals for Children 18 and under
 
 
Meal Serving Locations:
Earl Warren Middle Schoo l- 155 Stevens Ave., Solana Beach, CA 90275
San Dieguito Academy - 800 Santa Fe Dr., Encinitas, CA 92024
Tuesday 11:30 -1:00pm until further notice
Thursday 11:30 -1:00pm until further notice
 
 
Details
Tuesday - Each child will receive 2 Breakfasts/2 Lunches
Thursday - Each child will receive 3 Breakfasts/3 Lunches
 
Meals will not be consumed onsite. Drive up or walk up service available. Child must be present (if you have a special circumstance, please contact the Director of Nutrition Services for more information, Marley Nelms at marley.nelms@sduhsd.net)
 
Up to date information can be found on our Nutrition Services website:  http://www.schoolnutritionandfitness.com/index.php?sid=2011131648587358.

SDUHSD Coronavirus Community CommunicationTop of Page

Most Recent Update & Information

May 22, 2020School Closure and Reopening, 2:30 p.m.
 
Updates will be posted here and sent out through the Student Information System, Aeries. 

Previous Community Communication

 

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Coping & Managing Stress

Feelings of stress, anxiety, or other depression-like symptoms are common reactions during and after the uncertainty of any natural or human-caused incident. Limiting exposure to media and creating a routine with opportunities for varied activities and breaks from "screen time" has been shown to assist people with coping. Here is an example of a suggested daily home schedule during school closure.
 
Talk with your family about how they are feeling and follow guidance to reduce the effects of stress on your physical and emotional health.
  • Free non-emergency emotional support is available to anyone in the state via telephone or instant messaging operating 24/7 through California Peer-Run Warm Line, toll-free service and and can be reached at 1-855-845-7415; Web Chat: https://www.mentalhealthsf.org/peer-run-warmline/
If there is acute distress,
  • SAMHSA’s Disaster Distress Helpline: Call this toll-free number to be connected to the nearest crisis center for information, support, and counseling.1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746. (TTY 1-800-846-8517) Disaster Distress Helpline Website: www.samhsa.gov/find-help/disaster-distress-helpline  
  • 911 if emergency
  • For confidential non-emergency requests for school counseling supports, please contact your child's school site directly. 
  • For further mental health supports, SDUHSD partners with CareSolace, a no cost online resource with a live 24X7 concierge line meant to assist individuals in finding local mental health-related programs and counseling services. To use Care Solace, individuals answer 10 basic questions to receive an extensive list of referrals to applicable care providers. Care Solace takes into account all types of private insurance including Medi-Cal, Medicaid, and Medicare and no insurance. The system also filters by age, gender, zip code and special request. Care Solace does not require a user’s name, address, phone number, or date of birth. All of the information that is entered on their platform is completely confidential and stored securely. If you are interested in seeking counseling-related services at this time, please consider visiting CareSolace.

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Prevention of COVID-19

Prevention: How to Stay Healthy and Prevent the Spread of Virus
Please follow these approaches to protect yourself from the virus (CDPH, 2020):
  • Wash your hands with soap and water.  Review Handwashing: A Family Activity
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands. 
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay away from other people if you become sick with respiratory symptoms like fever and cough.
  • Additional Cleaning of Surfaces - Clean daily with an added emphasis on all high-touch surfaces (door handles, phones, etc.). 
Stay Home if you are Sick - As part of preventative measures recommended by the county and state public health departments, stay home if you are sick, especially if it includes a fever and/or coughing. Be sure to:
  • Remain at home until your fever has been gone for at least 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medicines.
  • Seek immediate medical care by calling your physician if symptoms become more severe, such as with a high fever or if you have difficulty breathing. 
  • If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, coughing, and/or shortness of breath) and may have had contact with a person with COVID-19 or recently traveled to countries with apparent community spread, call your healthcare provider or local public health department first before seeking medical care so that appropriate precautions can be taken. CDC Resources for Home