Salida Union School District is offering very low or no-cost after-school programs at each school site for the 2022-2023 school year.
The ASP program is designed as an educational and enrichment program that is an extension of the regular school day. We operate every day school is in session and begin immediately following dismissal (including early dismissal days) until 6:00pm. Each child enrolled will have a designated hour for academics and homework support, be provided with a snack, and participate in enriching recreational activities such as: science, physical education, arts & crafts, developmental and or social practices, as well as extended study hall if needed, on an individual basis.
By completing the form below you are indicating that you are interested in having your child attend the ASP next school year. This is not the enrollment process. More information regarding enrollment will be sent to you at a later date. This survey will assist us in preparing for the number of students interested in attending the ASP at each site.
Yesterday, governors from the State of California, Oregon, and Washington issued a joint press release announcing that the mask mandate for K-12 schools will expire at the end of the day on Friday, March 11, 2022. Thereafter, indoor mask requirements will move from a requirement to a recommendation. Cal/OSHA is expected to share similar changes for staff members prior to March 14th.
Until Monday, March 14th, all students and staff in California are required to wear masks indoors while at school and while riding the bus in order for districts to remain in compliance with state requirements. We appreciate the support and patience from our students, staff, families, and community members as we move towards returning to normal after a very long two-years of living through the pandemic.
COVID-19 OPERATIONS WRITTEN REPORT
The following documents explain the changes to program offerings that the District has made in response to school closures to address the COVID-19 emergency and the major impacts of the closures on students and families.
LCFF Budget Overview for Parents
For the 2020-21 school year school districts must work with parents, educators, students, and the community to develop a Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan (Learning Continuity Plan). The Learning Continuity Plan replaces the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) for the 2020–21 school year and provides school districts with the opportunity to describe how they are planning to provide a high-quality education, social-emotional supports, and nutrition to their students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
School districts receive funding from different sources: state funds under the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), other state funds, local funds, and federal funds. LCFF funds include a base level of funding for all LEAs and extra funding - called "supplemental and concentration" grants - to LEAs based on the enrollment of high needs students (foster youth, English learners, and low-income students).