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Anderson Elementary School Closed For the Remainder of the 2019-20 School Year

The Governor of California, Gavin Newsome, and the California State Superintendent, Tony Thurmond, have stated that school campuses in California will remain closed for the remainder of the school year due to the need to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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Wednesday Workout

photo of 2018 Anderson People of the Year!

2018 Anderson People of the Year! 

Morning Hi-Fives with Big Al! 

a picture of a 5th Grade Teacher Brent Duka shows school spirit with Big Al, Anderson's mascot.

5th Grade Teacher Brent Duka shows school spirit with Big Al, Anderson's mascot.

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Materials and Device Pick Up

If you plan on checking out an electronic device, you will need to sign a form taking responsibility for the device. Please note electronic devices will only be distributed to parents/guardians. Chromebooks will be distributed to students in grades 3-5 and iPads will be distributed to students in grades TK-2. When you arrive on campus please come to the Rhoda Dr. side of campus by the front office. We will have staff members there to help organize lines and check out grade level materials and devices if you need one. Material Pick Up Days: Wednesday, April 1st 8:30 am to 11:30 am Thursday, April 2nd 8:30 am to 10:00 am
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Elementary Growth and Development

The Moreland School District will be updating our elementary growth and development program to be in compliance with the new requirements of the California Healthy Youth Act. Therefore, we will not be providing grades 4 and 5 growth and development instruction this spring. During the 2020-2021 school year, we will create a task force to help with the selection process of new instructional materials to use for elementary growth and development instruction. For additional information on the K-6 requirements of the California Healthy Youth Act, please click the heading of this announcement.
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Student Travel Over Spring Break

As spring recess approaches, we would like to remind you to please take all necessary precautions to protect yourselves and our community from this and any illness. People who travel outside the country will be screened upon re-entry to the United States, as determined by federal and state officials. Moreland School District does not have the authority to monitor travel of our students or staff. If you travel to a Level 3 country with COVID-19 travel advisories during the upcoming spring break, you will be subject to the any CDC guidelines currently in place. Visit the CDC website for a list of destinations with risk of community spread of Coronavirus. If you travel to any affected Level 2 country we urge you to follow all related guidelines to support the health and safety of our community. Please inform your school site staff if you are traveling to any country outside the United States.
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