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Snowline Joint Unified School District Closes all schools due to COVID-19 concerns

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PHELAN, Calif. (VVNG.com) — After careful deliberation and in light of new information regarding COVID-19, the Snowline JUSD has decided to close all schools beginning Monday, March 16 through Sunday, March 29.

The district said they will continue to monitor these events daily to determine the need for extending the closure of schools.

A statement released by the district said, “while there are still no confirmed cases of coronavirus in San Bernardino County, the public’s health and safety is paramount to Snowline JUSD and all of its community and educational partners. Please know that to date, no student or staff has tested positive for Covid-19”.

District officials will explore potential ways to continue the learning process while students are at home.

“The school closures of all snowline JUSD schools is an extra measure of protection to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. We do not have any presumptive cases of COVID-19, but we are taking this step to help protect the health of the Snowline JUSD learning community,” stated district officials.

Parents with questions are asked to call 760-868-5817, ext. 10151 or visit www.snowlineschools.com for more information.

Despite school closures, the Snowline JUSD Nutrition team will still be serving Breakfast and Lunch (both meals at the same time) to students Monday through Friday from March 12 until March 20.

The locations where students can receive their breakfast and lunch bag will be Wrightwood Elementary, Pinon Hills Elementary, Vista Verde Elementary, and Serrano High School between 10:00 am and 12 noon.

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