COVID-19 is still spreading throughout California, which means it is still a threat to your health. We care about you and your family’s health. We have worked with our state, local and federal partners to give you the best information we have.
The 2020-2021 school year has certainly started differently than any of us in education could have imagined. Madera County COVID-19 numbers have begun to show signs of improvement, and we are anxiously awaiting the time to safely bring students back to our campuses. One way to make your child’s transition easier is by mastering some new skills before we return to our school buildings. Below is a 4-week challenge to practice some new behaviors at home as a family to set your child up for success. These activities are intended for our younger students (preschool-2nd grade), but can be practiced by anyone. Topics will be added weekly.
What steps can I take to prevent my students from getting COVID-19?
You can talk with your student about taking everyday steps to prevent getting sick:
This Madera Unified Community Compact acknowledges our guarantee to all stakeholders — students, staff, parents, community partners, taxpayers, leadership, and trustees — that during this time of crisis we uphold the responsibility to meet the needs of our students by providing meals, social-emotional support, and continuous learning opportunities. All means will be developed to ensure we are supporting our staff while uncovering the essential needs of our student community. The MUSD Governing Board believes in compassion & understanding while providing fair and equitable opportunities to empower students and their families to continue to engage in learning activities. During these ever-changing times, the MUSD Governing Board and MUSD Staff believe in serving the community with vital ongoing communication and support while extending kindness and respect for all families encountering these current circumstances.
Madera Unified School District uses ParentSquare for school communication, primarily with email, text and app notifications. ParentSquare automatically generates an account for each parent, using their preferred email address and phone number. We encourage parents to access their accounts so they can download the mobile app and update their preferences on when and how they are notified.
We promise to only send you information closely related to school. You can opt-out at any time. See this document — School Communication Opt-Out Form — for more information about opting-out from our communications.
Parents can also access the ParentSquare Communication tool through their Aeries Parent Portal apps. If parents choose to download the ParentSquare app they must sign in with the same email they have listed in Aeries.
Download our FREE StudentSquare app for iOS or Android. This is the easiest way for Students to receive all Posts, Events, Sign Up Requests, Photos, and Files. Students can enable text notifications when a message is posted.
The mission of Maintenance & Operations is to provide a clean and safe environment for students, staff, and visitors while maintaining facilities at the highest standard possible.
Cleaning involves the daily removal of dirt, dust, debris, and sticky substances by washing, wiping, scrubbing, or mopping hard surfaces with soap and detergent and water.
Daily disinfecting will destroy almost all germs that could make a person sick. An EPA registered disinfectant or diluted household bleach solution will be used on the appropriate high contact surface.
Disinfecting foggers and/or disinfecting UV lights will be used nightly on all campuses and facilities. Disinfecting spray bottles and paper towels will be in all classrooms, locker rooms, offices, and the cafeteria for staff use. All antimicrobial soap and paper towel dispensers throughout campus will be checked and stocked regularly.
If you are at increased risk for severe illness, consider avoiding high-risk gatherings. The risk of COVID-19 spreading at events
Here are some things to consider to help make your visit as safe as possible When to delay or cancel