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Registration has started for our spring enrichment classes. For more information and registration details, please go to our school website for more details.
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Exposure Notices/Avisos de exposición

Exposure Notices
Exposure Notices are sent to families to notify them when their children may have been exposed to a communicable disease at school (i.e., Strep Throat, Impetigo, Hand, Food, and Mouth Disease). The notices alert families to watch for signs of that illness and seek medical advice when necessary. Effective March 2, 2020, Exposure Notices will be distributed via Aeries Communication. Thank you.

Avisos de exposición
Se envían avisos de exposición a las familias para notificarles cuándo sus hijos pudieron haber estado expuestos a una enfermedad contagiosa en la escuela (es decir, estreptococos, impétigo, enfermedades de las manos, alimentos y la boca). Los avisos alertan a las familias para que busquen signos de esa enfermedad y busquen consejo médico cuando sea necesario. A partir del 2 de marzo de 2020, los avisos de exposición se distribuirán a través de Aeries Communication. Gracias.
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Tonight's Band Festival Cancel

Dear Moreland Families,

While there are no confirmed COVID-19 cases in the Moreland School District, due to new guidelines by the Santa CLara COunty Public Health Department regarding the COVID-19 virus, effective immediately, all non-essential school events are temporarily being canceled until further notice. This includes tonight’s band concert. We know the students and staff have worked incredibly hard for tonight; however, our families and students health and safety are of utmost importance.

Thank you for your understanding. The District will send more information as we receive direction from Santa Clara County Public Health.
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Moreland Extended Day Open Enrollment for 2020/2021 School Year

Moreland Extended Day Open Enrollment for 2020/2021 School Year
Open Enrollment for the Moreland Extended Day program begins on March 2, 2020. All registration information can be found on the Moreland School District website: From the Moreland homepage, go to the “Schools” tab and scroll down to “Extended Day/Enrichment Programs” where parents can find information about the program as well as FAQs, tuition/fee schedules, and registration details. All registration will be online and parents have a two week window to register their students. Registration will close on Friday, March 13th at 4:00 p.m. A lottery system will be used to place students in the Extended Day program, and parents will be notified about their students’ enrollment status by April 1, 2020. Students who are not placed in a program will be placed on a waitlist. If parents have

additional questions regarding the Moreland Extended Day program, they can contact the site supervisor at their students’ school site.
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Conference Schedule Begins

Spring conferences begin on March 12 for TK-3rd grade only. Dismissal times are as follows: TK/K-11:50 am, 1st-3rd- 1:25 pm, 4th/5th- 2:35 pm. Please click on the Header to get the full schedule of dates and times.
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Titan School Solutions Email

Important email information - You may be receiving an email from Titan School Solutions with a subject line “Low Balance Reminder for (Your child’s) Meal Account”. Moreland School District uses this software program for all cafeteria meals. Please open and review these emails. You may also use the link - to monitor your cafeteria meals and balances. Questions and concerns can be addressed with Rick Kessler - Thank you.
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Census Day is April 1, 2020

In the spring of 2020, the US Census will take place. The census is a count of all people living in the US and takes place every 10 years. It is simple and confidential to complete. For the first time, you can respond online. You will receive a unique identifying number in the mail, which will allow you to fill out the online form beginning March 2020. Here are some things to know:

Your identity remains anonymous - regardless of immigration status, the information cannot be used against you

The Census is important - it helps decide how much federal money our school districts get over the next 10 years, and how much our state will get for parks, neighborhood improvements, public health, transportation, etc

The Census is safe - all the data collected is protected under law and remain confidential for 72 years by law.

If you have additional questions, you can learn more here:
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