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Online Enrollment and Parent/Student portal
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To make the process easier and convenient, we have worked hard to provide our families the abilility to enroll your student into our district. Please use the following link to access our New Online Enrollment portal, create your account, and get started enrolling your student.
Wait, there's More! Our Parents/Guardians and Students across our entire district will now have the access to the Parent/Student portal! If we have your current email address in our system, you will soon receive an email from "" with details of your login credentials and instructions.
If you already have an active portal account, please use the following link to access.

COVID-19 Decision tree
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Dear Families, 
We'd like to make sure everyone has access to the Tehama Country Health Services COVID-19 Decision Tree materials. 
Please Click here for the PDF. 

COVID-19 Decision Tree Chart

Distance Learning
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[CLICK HERE] to view the Distance Learning Plan Powerpoint in English. 
[HAGA CLIC AQUÍ] para ver el PowerPoint del Plan de Educación a Distancia en español.

Learning Continuity and attendance (LCAP) 
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Red Bluff Union Elementary School District is seeking input from families, staff, and community members on the district's draft of The Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan.  This plan memorializes the ongoing planning process for the 2020-21 school year.  The plan describes the district's response to the impact of COVID-19 and includes descriptions of how the district is doing the following:
  • Provide distance learning and, when public health conditions allow, in-person instruction.
  • Measure student academic progress, participation, and efforts to address student learning loss as a result of school closures due to COVID-19.
  • Provide supports for low income, English learners, foster and homeless youth, students with disabilities and/or unique needs.
  • Provide access to devices and internet connectivity for distance learning
  • Provide resources and supports to address student and staff mental health and social-emotional well-being
  • Student and family engagement and outreach to re-engage students who are absent, under-engaged, or at risk of learning loss
  • Provide school meals for students during distance learning and in-person instruction
The plan incorporates a number of resources including the RBUESD Re-Opening Plan, Distance Learning Plan, and survey results gathered from various stakeholders throughout the summer and planning for the 2020-2021 school year.  The LCAP draft, Re-Opening Plan, and Distance Learning Plan can be accessed below. 
Thank you for your time and input.
Cliff Curry 
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