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COVID-19 Student Prevention/Safety Protocols As friendly reminder, please remember to check for the following symptoms/indicators of potential COVID-19 infection prior to sending your child to school. This is vitally important, as one infected child will compel the school to quarantine the whole classroom that the child attends.Please conduct a daily self-health assessment using the following criteria: Temperature check—if above 100 degrees, please have the student remain home. Temperatures will be checked at school and if the temperature is above 100 degrees the students will have to return home or be picked up. • If student experienced any of the following symptoms, please have the student stay home:
Cough Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath Sore throat Chills and body aches Headache New loss of taste or smell Diarrhea Nausea or vomiting • If we determine that any of these above symptoms are prevalent, we will ask that the student be picked up and return home. At that time, you may contact your health care provider for assessment. • In the past 14 days, if student has: tested positive for COVID-19; been in close contact with anyone who displays the known symptoms above or of COVID-19; travelled outside the United States or to any high-risk locations; or been in close contact with anyone who travelled to high-risk locations, student will be asked to remain home.
AB 104 Retention Procedure
Assembly Bill 104 (AB 104) was passed to help with some of the impact COVID-19 had during the 2020-2021 school year. This legislation temporarily modifies practices regarding student retention (your student would repeat their grade level from the 2020/21 school year) for eligible students.
If your student received Ds, Fs, No Credit/No Pass (or equivalent) grades for at least one-half of their coursework in the 2020-2021 academic year and you, as the parent/guardian, are requesting a consultation meeting to determine if your student is eligible for retention in the 2021-22 school year, then please complete the attached link as soon as possible (AB 104 excludes 2020-21 12th graders). This process is time-sensitive and a written request must be submitted on or before September 15, 2021. You may use the link below or submit a written request in person to your school site.
El Proyecto de Ley de la Asamblea 104 (AB 104) fue aprobada para ayudar con parte del impacto que tuvo COVID-19 durante el año escolar 2020-2021. Esta legislación temporalmente modifica las prácticas con respecto a la retención de estudiantes (su estudiante repetiría su nivel de grado del año escolar 2020/21) para los estudiantes elegibles.
Si durante el año académico 2020-2021, su estudiante recibió calificaciones Ds, Fs, No Credit/ No Pass (o equivalente) para al menos la mitad de su trabajo del curso, y usted, como padre / tutor, solicita una reunión de consulta para determinar si su estudiante es elegible para la retención en el año escolar 2021-22, complete el enlace adjunto lo antes posible (AB 104 excluye a los estudiantes del 12 ° grado de 2020-21). Este proceso es urgente y se debe enviar una solicitud por escrito antes del 15 de septiembre de 2021. Puede usar el enlace a continuación o enviar una solicitud por escrito en persona a la escuela.
Una vez que haya hecho su solicitud por escrito, la administración del distrito se comunicará con usted para programar una reunión de consulta para discutir sus inquietudes. El distrito tiene 10 días desde el momento de la reunión de consulta para determinar si la retención está justificada.
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AB 104 GRADE CHANGE REQUESTS
AB 104 Grade Change Requests
Assembly Bill (AB) 104 (2021)authorizes parents/guardians of students who were enrolled in a ***high school ***course during the 2020–21 school year (or students, if 18 years old or older) to request a grade change. Eligible individuals may apply to change the letter grade on the student transcript to Pass or No Pass. Changing a letter grade to Pass or No Pass may improve your overall GPA if the letter grade was significantly lower in value than your overall GPA.
AB 104 also requires the California State University (CSU) and requests the University of California (UC) and private colleges to accept Pass or No Pass grades on a student’s transcript for high school courses taken during the 2020–21 school year. Below is a list of colleges and universities in California that will accept Pass/No Pass grades on transcripts.
Please Note: Some postsecondary educational institutions, including those in other states, may not accept a Pass or No Pass grade instead of a letter grade for admission purposes.
If you would like to have any letter grades changed to Pass/No Pass please complete the state-approved form linked below and send it firstname.lastname@example.org later than Thursday, August 26, 2021. New Jerusalem ESD/Delta Charter Schools may not change student grades after this date. If you are under 18 this must be completed by a parent/guardian. Paper copies of the form are also available at the school district office at 31400 S. Koster Road, Tracy, CA 95304 or mailed to this address.
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