Update: March 24, 2020:
Per Los Angeles County of Education, all county districts and schools have been recommended to remain closed until May 4th, 2020.
March 13, 2020
Dear Richmond/Center Street Families,
With the health and safety of our students and families as our top priority, effective Monday, March 16, 2020, teachers will provide remote instruction from March 16th through April 3rd. Spring Break is still scheduled for April 6th through April 10th. We understand the uncertainty and many questions that our families have regarding our plans to provide educational programs to our students during the school dismissal.
Each child’s teacher will be emailing families or sending home information this afternoon or Monday morning on how they will continue to provide instruction through online platforms as well as offline activities. As you plan to support your child at home, know that it will be important to set aside ample time to complete the assignments that your child’s teacher provides. All teachers will be available via email during the hours of 8:30am - 2:00pm to answer any questions.
Our teachers may also be accessible through video calls (FaceTime, Google Meet, etc.) as appropriate and necessary. Please contact Dr. Monahan or Dr. Lee if you do not have internet access and/or a device that your child may use at home so that alternative arrangements may be made to ensure access to instructional materials. An important reminder is that the El Segundo Unified School District Technology and User Agreement still applies during the closure. Please monitor your child’s online activities.
TLC before and after school care will also be closed during this time. If your child participates in this program you will receive communication from them today regarding tuition and payments. Please note that during this school closure, students should not be on campus for any reason.
You will receive additional updates regarding possible extensions as information becomes available. This is a fluid situation and our district will continue to consult with the Los Angeles County Department of Education and the California Department of Public Health to determine the best measures to ensure our students are safe.
We know that dismissing students has a significant impact on all of our families and we will provide as much support as we can. Thank you for your support and flexibility during this time as we all navigate how to safeguard our students and staff at our schools.
Warm regards and wishing everyone health and wellness,
Dr. Monahan and Dr. Lee
CSS and RSS Principals
Update: March 24, 2020: