San Juan Unified invites you to participate in our Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan survey. This plan is required by Senate Bill 98, which seeks to address funding stability for schools and provides for how student learning continuity is addressed during the COVID-19 crisis in the 2020-2021 school year.  

    As a district, we value stakeholder voice and your input will be used to inform the Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan department. Click here to access the Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan survey in multiple languages. Please complete the survey by September 9, 2020. 

    Give feedback on your recent Zoom experiences. Visit www.sanjuan.edu/zoomsurvey by Sept. 10. 

    Zoom Issues? View this video from tech services about logging into Zoom.

    iReady Issues? View this video to walk you through logging on to the site.

    Sami Circuit On Demand: view the sneak preview on Youtube.

    Distance Learning Schedules: The instructional needs for each grade level vary, so contact your student's teacher for information on daily schedules. Also, be sure your student is logging into Google Classroom (or Seesaw for K-1) every day and also checking e-mail.

    Issues with Chromebooks or Google Classrom? Go to the Tech Support page.

    Zoom Updates Required by August 28: To ensure live class sessions in Zoom are secure and that students are accurately listed in attendance reports, San Juan Unified will begin requiring students to “authenticate,” or “sign in”. This will take effect on Friday, Aug. 28. 

    San Juan Unified teachers already are in the practice of providing students with a Zoom meeting link as well as the meeting ID and passcode (for mobile devices). Starting on Friday, Aug. 28,  when students click the link provided by the teacher (or enter the meeting ID in the mobile app), the student  will be required to sign in with Google using their school email and the same password they use for the student portal. Refer to the info on the Fall Hub.

    Chromebooks & Other News: Information on Trajan, office openings, teacher assignments, and more. 

    District Fall 2020 Hub: up to date info from the District

    Special Education: View the update on the District hub.

    Questions? Check out the District's Fall 2020 FAQ page. You can also submit your own questions on this page.

    Have your own device? Make sure it has the right specifications.

    Need resources on internet access? Check out the district page.

    Check out the District's Family Resources page for other services such as health, mental health, family training, and more.