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Return to In-Person Learning Town Hall Meetings

To further assist families, we will be facilitating virtual town hall meetings on Tuesday, September 29 at 3:30 and Thursday, October 1 at 5:00.  During these virtual town hall meetings, we will review each option and facilitate a question and answer session. 

As we plan for returning to school buildings for in-person learning in a hybrid model on November 16, 2020, families will need to decide which option works best for each student.  The attached FAQ document – PDF, Two Options for Families document – PDF, and the sample hybrid schedules for elementary – PDF and secondary – PDF are designed to help families understand each option in order to make an informed decision.  

More Town Hall information can be found here

Ione Community Meeting

On March 27, 2019, school and district leaders shared information about facilities, enrollment, the schools’ strengths, and opportunities for growth.
At this time a feedback survey is being developed. Please stay tuned.

Below is data collected from the Ione Community Feedback survey. Results were anonymous and we are thankful to everyone who took the time to complete the survey.

Jackson Jr. High School Community Meeting

Mrs. Janet DeLeo, Principal of Jackson Jr. High, invited parents and guardians of Jackson Jr. High School students to attend a school community meeting about school safety on Monday, April 15, 2019, at 6pm, in the Jackson Jr.  High School Gym.  Mrs. DeLeo facilitated the meeting with support from Superintendent Amy Slavensky, Assistant Superintendent Dave Vicari, and Jackson Police Department Chief Mynderup.

This was an opportunity for parents and guardians to learn more about how school and district leadership and law enforcement work together to investigate school safety concerns when they arise and determine appropriate next steps based on the information we receive.  Student safety is our number one priority and we will continue to look for opportunities to collaborate with family and staff about this critical topic.

Amador County Unified School District
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