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What do I do if my child has COVID-19 symptoms? 
Keep your student home if with any of the following symptoms: Congestion/runny nose, Fever/chills, Cough, Shortness of breath/difficulty breathing, Fatigue, Muscle/body aches, Headache, New loss of taste/smell, Sore throat,  Nausea/vomiting, Diarrhea.

Prior to returning to school ALL of the following must be true: 
  1. At least 24 hours have passed since resolution of fever without the use of fever-reducing medications; AND
  2. Other symptoms have improved; AND 
  3. Provide the office with a copy of a negative COVID test (home tests are not acceptable), OR provide the office with documentation from a healthcare provider that the symptoms are typical of their underlying chronic condition (e.g., allergies or asthma) or an alternative named diagnosis, OR at least 10 days have passed since symptom onset.
You can also use this flowchart to help you figure out when to keep your student home. Thanks for your help keeping everyone safe!  
COVID-19 Dashboard for Bonny Doon Union Elementary School District
The dashboard has three sections:
1. All (Both Students and Staff)
2. Students
3. Staff
Within these are two subheadings
a. Active cases: Positive Cases within the last 10 days
b. All-time Cases: Running count of all cases since Inspire Testing began at your schools
Guidelines for the Redesign of School During COVID-19 (published by the SC COE in conjunction with school districts)
This a comprehensive document with all of the COVID-19 protocols and procedures.  This document is regularly updated when a change in CDPH and CDC guidance is altered.
This document provides curricular resources to support home and in-class learning..
COVID Safety Plan (Includes the COVID-19 Protection Program and the COVID-19 School Guidance Checklist)
The Santa Cruz Warriors recorded a welcome back to school video for county students.  Please click here to view: Santa Cruz Warriors Video

BDUESD Distance Learning Plan Components: Overview





Post Plans for the week and  updates on Friday

Ongoing updates

Standards-based instruction with integrated curriculum, and social and emotional frameworks

Daily attendance and opportunities for students to share their learning and have interaction with teacher and peers

Gather information on student progress and understanding through informal and formal assessments


Zoom/ Google Meet

Zoom/ Google Meet

Student assignments and projects sent to and from school

Google Classroom/Sites

Google Classroom/Sites


Google Classroom/ Seesaw/Flipgrid



Monday Pick Up Parades

Online Assessment Tools 

Phone Calls


Family communication and meetings

CAASPP Digital Library

Please note our staff will provide specific tools and guidance that are most appropriate for each grade level

Parent Resources for Distance Learning (published by the SC COE)
Testing Locations sponsored by the Santa Cruz County Office of Education Click here