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Superintendent's Message

May 2022

Dear Moreland Community,

As we count down the last 5 weeks of school, I am incredibly grateful for all that we have accomplished in this school year. Our staff and parent community have come together to support our students in what started out as an uncertain situation, and has turned out to be an excellent school year. While we have accomplished a lot, we must remember that the pandemic is not over.

As Moreland partners closely with the Santa Clara County Department of Public Health, we have been watching the seven-day COVID case average rising in our County. With end-of-the-year celebrations, concerts, Open Houses, and promotion ceremonies all on the horizon, we want to keep the ability to continue these in-person events without disruption. We can only do this with your help.

  • Every morning, we encourage all our students to continue to participate in health screenings through the end of the school year. If students are experiencing any symptoms, they should stay home from school and get tested for COVID.
  • While the required mask mandate in Santa Clara County has been lifted, at this time we strongly recommend our staff and students to wear a mask while indoors. Masking is just one layer of several prevention strategies that can keep us safe from rising Covid case counts. Universal masking indoors during this surge in COVID cases can help us prevent spread in our schools.
  • Testing is available to our Moreland students and staff in the morning from 7:30 - 8:30am and in the afternoon from 2:00 - 4:00pm in the Moreland School District Office (4711 Campbell Avenue, San Jose). If you choose to test at home or at another site, please be sure to let your child’s school know if they test positive for COVID.

Your continued partnership over this school year has allowed us to keep our exposure to a minimum in our district. I am confident that we can end the year strong.

In partnership,

Dr. Clover Codd