Message from the Superintendent Jordan Reeves

Sierra Unified School District -Message from Superintendent Reeves

Sierra Unified School District
January 10, 2022

Good morning Sierra Family

This morning there is a staffing shortage among teachers, transportation, and support staff due to COVID-19 illness.

Today, we will hold school in-person as planned. At the end of the school day, students will be sent home with their school-issued devices and/or packets of school supplies for a temporary, short-term distance learning beginning January 11, 2022, and returning Tuesday, January 18, 2022, following Monday, January 17 Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. We will use the same distance-learning plans as last year, prior to returning to school from our extended Winter Break. Semester finals will be given when we return to in-person instruction the week of January 18, 2022.

All families participating in distance learning will need to opt-in to short-term independent learning by signing the master agreement sent home with your child and returning that form to the school with your signature.

You will receive school site-specific schedules of distance learning meetings and teacher information from your child’s school today. Together we can make this work, and get our staff and students back to full health so that we can return to in-person learning on Tuesday, January 18, 2022.

Jordan Reeves, Superintendent


Superintendent Jordan Reeves January 10, 2022, Parent Notification