COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information
SUSD is committed to prioritizing the health and safety of our staff and students as we plan for the 2020-2021 school year. Over the summer, our District received guidance from the state and county on how to safely reopen our schools and began planning to offer in-person learning. However, due to the significant increase of COVID-19 cases in San Joaquin County in recent weeks, we do not believe that schools can safely and responsibly reopen this fall.
Therefore, the 2020-2021 school year will begin in a 100% distance learning model. Instruction will resume on Monday, August 3, 2020, as previously scheduled.
The SUSD Distance Learning Guidebook for families and students is now available to view and download. Please click here to view and download the guidebook in your preferred language.
The SUSD Centralized Enrollment Department is now open for registration by appointment only for grades TK-12. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (209) 933-7028 ext 0 to schedule an appointment. Due to the limited number of appointments allocated per day, parents are highly encouraged to enroll online by clicking here: www.stocktonusd.net/enroll.
For more additional information on Centralized Enrollment, please visit our Centralized Enrollment Department at www.stocktonusd.net/enroll.
Technology & Internet Access
Chromebook Troubleshooting Tips and Resources | Consejos y recursos para la resolución de problemas de Chromebook
The District will be checking out a Chromebook laptop to any student who is need of one to complete assigned schoolwork. Information on when and where to check out a Chromebook will be shared soon. Additional information on Chromebook Care and Technical Support can be found below.
We want to ensure our students have access to internet during this critical time. If you do not have an internet connection at home to complete digital distance learning, there are a few options available to you. View them here at bit.ly/32lh9vY. The District will have a
limited number of Hotspots available for students. Those who need a Hotspot should complete the Internet Request Survey; please complete one survey per family. Hotspots are extremely limited, so families are encouraged to also contact XFinity, Comcast, or ATT for their free and reduced-price internet deals; their information can be found in our Internet Resources document. Please note that you may need to provide the companies with this letter to prove Free- and Reduced-Price Lunch eligibility.
Meal Service During Distance Learning
During Distance Learning, the District will provide meals to all SUSD students.
A postcard/letter will be mailed to students enrolled in Stockton Unified. The postcard will be used to receive meals during Distance Learning. You must bring this postcard with you, in order to pick up meals for your child at the meal service sites. If you do not receive the postcard by Wednesday, July 29, you may contact the Child Nutrition Office for a replacement postcard.
Please note the following important information about Meal Service During Distance Learning:
Meals will be provided for enrolled Stockton Unified students ONLY. Schools are no longer able to provide meals to other children in the household.
The meal service postcard/letter with your child’s name and barcode is required for meal pickup. In order to receive meals, parents/guardians must bring the meal service postcard/letter provided by the District which includes the student’s name, ID number, and assigned barcode. Replacement meal service letters are available by contacting the Child Nutrition Department at (209) 933-7015 ext. 2260.
Meals can be picked up with the postcard/letter at ANY meal service location. The barcode on the postcard will be scanned at the meal service location allowing for each enrolled Stockton Unified student exactly one meal pickup per meal service day.
The meal pickup procedures include social distancing requirements for the safety of staff and families. We ask that all families remain in their vehicles until staff are done placing meals on the table. Staff will then back up from the table to ensure that a 6-foot distance is maintained during your meal pickup.
Parents/guardians are asked to wear face coverings during curbside meal pickup. Additionally, staff are required to wear face coverings at all times. This includes during meal preparation as well as during meal pickup.
Allergen information on planned menu items will be posted on the Child Nutrition website. Menus and meal items served are subject to change at any time without prior notification.
Curbside meal pickup will begin on Monday, August 3rd at select SUSD sites. Meals can be picked up between 10:30AM - 12:30PM on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Please see the following list of sites where meals will be available for pickup.
2101 Sutro Avenue
2929 Windflower Lane
20 E. Fulton Street
Commodore Stockton Skills
2725 Michigan Avenue
100 W. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
1540 N. Lincoln Street
4600 E. Fremont Street
2021 E. Flora Street
1550 N. School Avenue
2245 E. Eleventh Street
3203 Sanguinetti Lane
1107 S. Wagner Avenue
6324 N. Alturas Avenue
630 Ponce de Leon Avenue
2640 E. Lafayette Street
1141 Lever Boulevard
2843 Farmington Road
1721 Carpenter Road
701 E. Park Street
230 Presidio Way
1819 E. Bianchi Road
2020 S. Fresno Avenue
536 S. California Street
1621 Brookside Road
419 Downing Avenue
1628 E. Tenth Street
1838 W. Rose Street
1735 W. Sonora Street
*Sites and serving times are subject to change, so please check the District website at https://www.stocktonusd.net/MealService for the most accurate, up-to-date information.
- *NEW* July 28 Distance Learning Guidebook Released
- *NEW* July 27 Meal Service During Distance Learning Letter | Spanish
- *NEW* July 24 Distance Learning Parent Update | Spanish
- July 13 Letter Regarding Reopening of Schools | Spanish
- July 6: Letter to Families on Reopening Schools | Spanish
- Meal Service Update (English and Spanish)
- At-Risk Population Guideline Update
- Parent and Student Update Regarding AP Exams | Spanish
- COVID Testing Sites in San Joaquin County | Spanish
- Pandemic EBT Benefits | Spanish
- May 5: Teen Talk Distance Learning Parent Letter 7th Grade | Spanish
- May 5: Teen Talk Distance Learning Parent Letter 9th Grade | Spanish
- May 1: SUSD Clinic Opening | Spanish
- May 1: Prior Written Notice | Spanish
- April 30: Meal Service Update | Spanish
- April 24: Weekly Message from Superintendent | Spanish
- April 20: Letter to the Class of 2020 | Spanish
- April 16: Letter to Families Regarding Promotions & Graduations | Spanish
- April 10: Ongoing Technical Support | Spanish
- April 10: Video Postcard from Superintendent Deasy
- April 10: Childcare for Children of Essential Workers | Spanish
- DIY Cloth Face Cover Instructions
- April 5: Face Covering Recommendation from the CDC | Spanish
- Video Postcard from Superintendent Deasy
- April 2: Extended Class Cancellations | Spanish
- April 1: Technology Distribution | Spanish
- April 1: Meal Service Update | Spanish
- March 26: Prior Written Notice | Spanish
- March 26: Board Meeting, full video recording >
- March 26: Technology Access Survey for Families
- March 25: Extended Class Cancellations | Spanish
- March 25: Press Release - SUSD Class Cancellation Extended
- March 24: Student Support Services Helpline | Spanish
- March 24: Press Release - Student Support Services Helpline
- March 20: Essential Services in SUSD | Spanish
- Parental Rights in California Special Education | Spanish
- Information on Superintendent Deasy's Telephone Town Hall Meetings
- March 19: Prior Written Notice | Spanish
- March 18: Distance Learning Letter to Parents | Spanish | Hmong
- March 17: Press Release - Enrollment Information Through Closure | Spanish
- March 16: Breakfast and Lunch Pick-up Sites | Spanish
- Meal Service Map | Spanish
- March 16: Press Release - SUSD Offices, Buildings, and Facilities Closed Effective March 17
- March 13: All SUSD Classes Canceled Effective March 16 | Spanish
- March 12: New and Additional Guidance for District and School Events | Spanish
- Frequently Asked Questions for Families | Spanish
- March 10: SUSD Parent Notification | Spanish
- March 6: SUSD Parent Notification | Spanish
- March 3: SUSD Parent Notification | Spanish
- February 28: SUSD Parent Notification | Spanish
- January 28: SUSD Health Services Notice Regarding COVID-19
County, State, and National COVID-19 Websites
Office of California Governor Gavin Newsom
- Governor Newsom Signs Executive Order Ensuring State Funding for Schools Even in Event of Physical Closure
San Joaquin County Public Health Services (SJCPHS) Website: www.sjcphs.org
California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Website: www.cdph.ca.gov
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Website: www.cdc.gov
California Department of Education (CDE) Website: www.cde.ca.gov
San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE) Website: www.sjcoe.org
- CalHOPE Warmline - A website with resources to support people experiencing stress from the pandemic. The CalHOPE Warmline is live and answering calls – telephone or text. (833) 317-HOPE (4673).
- CA Surgeon General's Playbook
- Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) Cards for Families
- Dealing With Coronavirus Anxiety: Expert Tips
- Help for Students in a Crisis
- PBIS: Behavior at Home
- PBIS: Behavior Teaching Matrix for Remote Instruction
- PBIS: Supporting Families with PBIS at Home
- Family Self-Care Tips | Spanish
- High School Moderate to Severe Resources | Spanish
- Adapted Physical Education
- Tips for Calming Anxiety Surrounding COVID-19
- Top 10 Strategies for High-Quality Home Learning in a Distance Learning Environment | Espanol
- COVID-19 Food and Safety Resources
- A National Crisis Text Line - Text HOME to 741741
- The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - (24/7 Hotline): 1-800-273-8255
- 10 ways to Secure Zoom
- YMCA San Joaquin County
- All City Rotary Fundraiser - Emergency Food Bank
- Internet Connectivity Resources
- CA State PTA Coronavirus Information
- College Board Coronavirus Updates
- Social and Emotional Learning
- SUSD Distance Learning Packets: www.stocktonusd.net/LearnFromHome
- San Joaquin County Clinics (Eng & Sp)
- Talking to Children About COVID-19, a parent resource | Spanish
(National Association of School Nurses & National Association of School Psychologists)
- Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) FAQs | Spanish | Vietnamese
(County of LA Public Health)
- COVID-19 Health Information | Spanish
- Stop Germs – Wash Your Hands | Spanish
- Energy Assistance
- Resources and Information for Immigrant Communities in the Central Valley
SUSD Staff Memos
- *NEW* Emergency Site Incident Report
- *NEW* How to Use a Mask
- *NEW* Social Distancing Protocol Door Poster
- *NEW* July 14 Updated Return to Work Guidance
- *NEW* July 13 Letter to Staff Regarding Reopening Schools
- TB & CPR Renewal Postponement
- Taking Attendance During Distance Learning
- Uniform drop off at PD Dept
- April 7, 2020 Infographic for Staff: Stay Safe and Healthy
- April 4, 2020 Staff Memo: Face Covers and Masks | Spanish
- April 6, 2020 Staff Memo: Dear Substitute Teachers
- April 1, 2020 Staff Memo: Family Resource and Referral Center of San Joaquin (FRRCSJ)
- March 24, 2020 STA Memo: At-Risk Populations
- March 16, 2020 Staff Memo: Work Status
- March 15, 2020 Staff Memo: Home Isolation Requirement
- March 13, 2020 Staff Memo: Governor Newsome has signed Executive Order N-26-20, which continues to fund schools if a district closes in response to COVID-19. As a part of that executive order, the Governor states that those funds would be used to continue to pay employees.