Clovis Unified can resume bringing secondary students who've opted for in-person instruction back onto campuses beginning the week of Feb. 22.
Individual schools will be informing students and parents with specific details about their campus' return plans. Families should watch for updates from schools next week and familiarize their students with the required health and safety guidelines provided by the schools.
Clovis Unified received needed authorization from the state regarding the status of the District's intermediate and high schools late last night, Feb. 11, when our campuses were recognized as open. (In late fall, several groups of students had begun returning to secondary campuses for in-person instruction, opening the schools, with hybrid students set to follow in January. State guidance issued Jan. 14 required clarification on the status of secondary campuses. The news from the state was followed today by an announcement from the Fresno County Department of Public Health that seventh- through twelfth-grade schools already in the process of a phased return of students can continue forward with these plans as COVID conditions in Fresno County continue to improve.