• Distance Learning and Virtual School Program Guidelines

    Students will begin the school year on August 19th with a full distance learning program. This decision was made in close consultation with the Santa Clara Public Health Department and the Santa Clara Office of Education, to protect the health and safety of students and staff with respect to COVID-19 and school closure.

    Key details of our School Reopening Plan and our vision for distance learning that offers high-level instruction and support were presented per the School Reopening Plan presentation during the Special Board of Education Meeting on July 14, 2020.

    The Cambrian School District Distance Learning and Virtual School Program Guidelines for Students and Parents include updated guidelines, expectations, and resources to support the District’s plan for a robust Distance Learning/Virtual School Program for the 2020-21 school year.  

    CSD Distance Learning and Virtual School Program Guidelines for Students and Families 2020-21

    While we may not be offering a blended learning model at this time, we know that a strong distance learning plan will be a foundational component for either blended learning or a 100% distance learning model.

    CSD staff is committed to providing a Learning Continuity Plan that honors commitment to high-quality teaching and learning for all students.


    Digital Learning Resources

    Family resources are organized by grade span.  Use the link below for your child's grade span to find all of the resources he/she should need for accessing Cambrian's digital tools and resources.

  • Supports for Students With Disabilities

    CSD Student Services Department continues to be in contact with the CDE related to expectations around IDEA and Section 504 requirements. It is important to know that, during this unprecedented time of school closure, CSD and districts across California and the nation may not be able to provide all services in the same manner they were typically provided in the traditional school setting. Students with disabilities that are instructed in the general curriculum are to utilize the tools at the appropriate grade level. Special education teachers and case managers will continue to collaborate with general education teachers and assist students with disabilities by providing support and accommodations, where reasonably feasible. For students with a Section 504 Plan, school case managers will collaborate with general education teachers and provide collaborative assistance so that these students have needed accommodations as reasonably feasible. Parents/guardians may contact their student’s case manager or school principal if they have any questions. If you have additional questions, please contact the Student Services Department for assistance.