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  • District Office Reopens to Public Wednesday, July 15

    Starting Wednesday, July 15, the District Office will open to the public on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9:00 am-2:00 pm. To practice social distancing and reduce the number of people in the building at one time, members of the public are encouraged to make an appointment with the department they would like to visit. In addition, district staff is still available to help virtually. The public can call 650-482-2200 five days a week or visit the district website for contact information under each department. Para leer en español, haga clic en el título.

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  • Summer 2020 School Nutrition Schedule for Area Children and Youth

    The Seamless Summer Program, which provides free meals seven days a week to area children and youth during the summer, will be open at two RCSD schools. Para leer en español, haga clic en el título.

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  • Summer Reading List for RCSD Students

    The list is for all RCSD families to enjoy, get inspired, and practice 30 minutes of daily reading. Para español, haga clic en el título.

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  • District Develops Summer Learning Units for RCSD Students 

    The district recommends for all students to participate in the series of lessons and activities provided to continue to develop their skills in Language Arts, Mathematics, and Content Literacy. The Summer Learning Units will provide students an opportunity to develop their academic language, an important part of reading comprehension. Para español, haga clic en el título.

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  • Health and Wellness Professionals  Offer Summer Wellness Tips for RCSD Families 

    As students get ready for summer, the Health & Wellness Department provides some considerations for parents to keep in mind for keeping their family healthy this summer. Para español, haga clic en el título.

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  • Nutrition Services to Continue After End of 2019-20 School Year

    As of next Monday, the district will transition to the Seamless Summer Program, which provides free meals seven days a week to area children and youth during the summer. In addition, children and youth who are eligible for free or reduced-price meals at school can receive additional food benefits. These food benefits are called Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer or P-EBT benefits. Families can receive up to $365 per eligible child to buy food and groceries. Para español, haga clic en el título.

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  • Orion School offers a nurturing learning environment where mutually respectful relationships with adults and peers are considered fundamental for early intellectual development and personal growth. Orion's strength is built on the participation of families. 

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