On March 13, Placer County Superintendent of Schools Gayle Garbolino-Mojica, school district superintendents and charter school operators decided in concurrence with Placer County Public Health to close all public schools and state preschools in Placer County for the next three weeks* in order to protect the health and safety of students and school communities.
As such, PCOE school programs are closed. In order to meet the academic needs of students, please see the following online resources for parents and families to facilitate distance learning during school closures.
BASE Education has provided schools with the opportunity to access free instructional content, which includes social-emotional learning content. In addition, BASE has created an informational course about the Coronavirus/COVID-19. To access the new Coronavirus course, plus the suite of the additional courses selected specifically to assist students in dealing with thoughts, feelings and stressors induced by this current pandemic, follow these directions:
Reading / English / Language Arts Resources
Social Science / History / Economics Resources
WHO DO I CONTACT ABOUT CONCERNS ABOUT COVID-19?
For general questions about COVID-19 and precautions currently
recommended by Placer County Public Health, residents may call the county’s
coronavirus information line at (530) 886-5310. Current information about the
coronavirus is available at placer.ca.gov/coronavirus
and on the CDC
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