We continue to monitor all relevant sources of information daily and to update this webpage accordingly.
Stevenson resumed remote instruction on September 8, and in doing so has continued to provide students with demonstrably best-in-class virtual opportunities to safely learn and grow and to share in meaningful, nourishing co-curricular and community experiences.
Meanwhile, with Monterey County still in the state of California's purple tier (indicating the highest level of warning regarding the virus), schools are not permitted to reopen for campus instruction.
We are busy preparing both of our campuses returning to campus instruction by January, when we anticipate that the county may enter the state's red tier. At the end of November, we anticipate distributing a revised edition of Planning for Our Return. By mid-December, we expect to have the information we need to confirm our return dates. Once it is safe, socially responsible, and permissible, we are confident in our capacity to meet or surpass federal, state, and county guidelines for resuming campus instruction. That said, our commitment to safety and social responsibility must always be foremost in our decision-making.
We encourage you to visit our learn more page to see how our remote instruction schedule allows us to continue supporting all of our students wherever they reside as we navigate this fall together.