BREAKING: San Diego Unified Closing Schools Starting March 16

In response to coronavirus outbreak concerns, San Diego Unified Schools will be suspending classes beginning Monday, March 16 through Friday, April 3, 2020. School administration will re-evaluate, as the April draws closer, to determine if an extended suspension in needed. School was not cancelled on Friday, March 13 when the decision was announced.

The district was under pressure from parents and teachers to close campuses. Superintendents for both SDUSD and LAUSD issued the following statement on Friday, “California has now entered a critical new phase in the fight to stop the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic.”

“There is evidence the virus is already present in the communities we serve, and our efforts now must be aimed at preventing its spread. We believe closing the state’s two largest school districts will make an important contribution to this effort.

The district has also created a website to provide updates and guidance regarding the novel COVID-19 coronavirus.

For a complete list of SAN DIEGO and national closures, cancellations, and postponement, CLICK HERE.

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