Please read the following announcement that was just released by the FJUHSD:
Effective immediately, the Fullerton Joint Union High School District (FJUHSD) is following and implementing the newly issued guidelines from Governor Newsom and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH). We continue to work with these agencies as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Orange County Health Care Agency (OCHCA), the Orange County Department of Education (OCDE) and other Orange County school districts. This is a rapidly evolving situation and the District will continue to update our community as we have new information, including our website.
Please note, similar to all OC school districts, at this time, there is no recommendation for closing schools. With the information we have now, FJUHSD schools will remain open with the following modifications, in accordance with CDPH guidelines, until further notice.
- All field trips are canceled and/or postponed. (The District is looking into reimbursement options; schools will provide parents information regarding refunds when available.)
- All non-essential small and large gatherings, meetings, events, assemblies, school open houses, performances, festivals and other activities will be canceled or postponed.
- Routine athletic events can continue without spectators in attendance. Only athletes, coaches, officials, and principal or designee are allowed to attend until further notice. We believe that this may change as further guidance comes out from CIF-SS. Larger events such as tournaments or invitational meets (more than 250 people) will be canceled or postponed.
- Please note, mandatory and self-quarantine guidelines have not changed. For information about current guidelines and travel restrictions, review CDC guidelines and visit www.fjuhsd.org for information related to FJUHSD.
I would like to reiterate that local and state public health officials have informed FJUHSD and other OC school districts that it is appropriate for schools to remain open and maintain as normal a schedule as possible. However, by taking these important social distancing steps now, we are supporting the public health of our community.
Principals will communicate to their school communities regarding postponed or canceled events and activities. FJUHSD will continue to keep our community informed as we have new information. In the meantime, please visit www.fjuhsd.org for updates and information.
Thank you for your support.