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    Laurie Fracolli, Principal                         Ext. 2376

    Audra Paoletti, Admin. Assistant     Ext. 1101

    Teachers & Staff

    Shannon McComb, Kindergarten

    Taylor Grijalva, 1st Grade 

    Laura Kahler, 2nd Grade

    Miriam Patterson, 3rd Grade

    Marie Jo Fernandez, 4th Grade

    Emily Stremfel, 5th Grade

    Bonnie Douglas, 6th Grade

    Amy Soriano, 7th Grade

    Bob Perkins, 8th Grade

    Bridget Deneau, Resource

    Lori Smith, District Nurse

    Hello New Jerusalem Families, 

    Just in case you missed the 'Meet the Principal Zoom Meeting' this morning.  Here is the recording; just click on the link and use the password: 8&d6c0V?

    posted 7/23/2020

    July 15, 2020 

    Dear Families, 

    This letter is to update all of you of the most recent information regarding our school start for Fall. 

    Monday of this week the San Joaquin County Office of Education and the San Joaquin County Public Health Services issued a revised set of guidelines for reopening schools this fall that include a recommendation that “our county schools start the new school year with 100% distance learning” along with the promise to reassess the situation in mid-August. 

    With much consideration of several factors, we have made the following decisions: 

    Site-Based Schools

    Delta Charter Elementary, Delta Charter High School, New Jerusalem Elementary, Delta Bridges 

    · Students begin Academic Year 2020-2021 on Monday, August 17 

    · Operate with 100% Distance Learning until further notice

    Virtual Schools

    Delta Home, DCO, Keys 

    · Students begin Academic Year 2020-2021 on August 12 for Delta Home 

    · Students begin Academic Year 2020-2021 on August 5 for DCO/Keys 

    · Operate with 100% Distance Learning (No Resource Center or Site Enrichment) until further notice 

    Special Education Services: 

    · More clarifications are needed at this time regarding students on site for testing and receiving services 

    Distance Learning Assumptions: 

    · Students will be required to make daily contact with instruction. 

    · Students will be required to complete assignments. 

    · Students will be given grades for their Daily Work Assignments/Quizzes/Tests. 

    · There will not be the same leniency for disengagement as there was during the Spring. 

    · Students will have regular access to a teacher and school staff. 

    · Distance learning will require reliable Internet access and/or books and workbooks. 


    · Students will not have any bus transportation provided to or from school during Distance Learning. 

    The health and safety of our students, families, and staff are our top priority. As we continue to monitor the state and local guidelines, we will keep everyone informed. We are committed to make adjustments to these plans as they become necessary. 

    Please reach out if you have any questions or need further clarification. 


    David Thoming, Steve Payne,  & Laurie Fracolli


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