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All Colusa County Office of Education facilities will remain closed to all “face to face” instruction through the end of this school year

Due to the continued fight to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus inside Colusa County, and to the Colusa County Public Health Officer’s (CCPHO) expanded Order dated April 10, 2020, all Colusa County Office of Education (CCOE) facilities will remain closed to all “face to face” instruction through the end of this school year; June 30, 2020.

Discussions continue on a regular basis with the Colusa County Public Health Office, the Colusa County Sheriff’s Office, the Colusa and Williams Police Departments, as well as all District Superintendents, about how to protect our students from the threat of this viral pandemic. All superintendents of the Colusa, Maxwell, Pierce, and Williams school districts as well as the CCOE agree with the CCPHO’s directive and expanded the “Shelter-in-Place” Order.

As this is a very dynamic and challenging time for all methods of delivery of education in the County, all School Districts and the CCOE are working to deliver remote or distance learning opportunities to all our students within Colusa County. If you have any questions or concerns about this opportunity, please call your local district office or the CCOE office and you will receive direction as to how to achieve this access.

This is an opportunity for parents to connect with their children through the medium of distance learning provided by your local teachers. This stopgap measure will give all students an opportunity to improve their grades and enhance their education during this difficult time. Superintendent West encourages all of you to get involved in not only your children’s education, but perhaps enhance your education as well through this engagement as a family.

“I urge you to maintain a vigilance of care for your family, your neighbors, and especially yourself.” said West. “This is a challenging time for our entire community, state, nation, and world. We must work together and care for each other, and in doing so we bring strength to us all, embolden courage to all, and overcome this obstacle, together!”

For updated information, please visit the Colusa County Office of Education website at www.ccoe.net or contact Superintendent West at questions@ccoe.net.

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