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Re-openings for Tiers 2 and 3

MORE PUPILS in the Garden Grove Unified School District will be returning to hybrid in-person instruction on a schedule announced on Wednesday (Shutterstock).

The list of elementary and intermediate campuses in the Garden Grove Unified School District in Tiers Two and Three of re-openings for hybrid instruction has been revealed.

In a message to district staff on Wednesday, the district announced the following:

Tier Two schools that will reopen for in-person hybrid instruction on Thursday, Nov. 12, include: Allen, Anthony, Clinton Corner, Cook, Excelsior, Gilbert, Hill, Mitchell, Morningside, Northcutt, Paine, Peters K-3, Riverdale, Wakeham, Woodbury, and Zeyen elementary schools, as well as Irvine, McGarvin, and Ralston intermediate schools.  Additionally, we will be reopening some of our special education classrooms at the elementary level.

Tier Three schools that will reopen for in-person hybrid instruction on Tuesday, Dec. 1, include: Brookhurst, Carrillo, Carver and Early Childhood Education programs, Clinton, Crosby, Evans, Faylane, Hazard, Heritage, Lawrence, Murdy, Newhope, Parkview, Peters 4-6, Post, Rosita, Russell, Simmons, Stanford, Stanley, Violette, and Warren elementary schools, as well as Alamitos, Doig, Fitz, Jordan, and Lake intermediate schools.

No determination has been made about re-opening dates for high schools. In the memo to staff, the district wrote “Due to the size and complexity of staffing and student schedules at the high school level, the district will continue to evaluate its reopening criteria for each high school to determine if high schools can successfully reopen by Dec. 1.”

The final phase of reopening will be in January for remaining schools.

Tier One schools planned to open on Wednesday, Oct. 28 are Barker, Bryant, Eisenhower, Enders, Garden Park, Marshall, Monroe, Patton and Sunnyside elementary schools, Mark Twain Special Education Center, Bell and Walton intermediate schools, Hare (Continuation) High School and Jordan Adult Transition Program.

Hybrid instruction means a combination of in-person teaching and “distance learning” via computers or other electronic devices.

GGUSD serves most of Garden Grove and portions of Anaheim, Cypress, Fountain Valley, Santa Ana, Stanton and Westminster.

 

 

 

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