Return to Headlines

School closures extended through May 1

This message is available in SpanishArabicFarsiRussian and Ukrainian.

With the guidance of health officials and in coordination with other local school districts, San Juan Unified has made the decision to extend campus closures through May 1.

While our original goal was to re-open schools after spring break on April 13, it has become clear that the best way to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community is to extend our campus closures and transition to distance learning. 

Families can expect more information in the days and weeks ahead on the methods and supports that are being developed and implemented to support distance learning. We are working to ensure that our teachers, staff members, students and parents are each able to engage in this new delivery model. 

Please visit to learn about Chromebook distributions for those students who do not have access to a computer and continued school meal pick-up opportunities 

We know you may have a lot of questions about all of this, including specific questions around graduation for our seniors and their families. We will continue to work with local health officials and keep you updated as soon as we have answers to share. In the meantime, please know that we are doing all that we can to make sure our students and families are supported during this difficult time through continued learning and resources.