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All Sonoma County School Districts Have Announced Suspension of In-Person Classes

As part of ongoing efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 within the community, and based on recommendations released by the Sonoma County Department of Health Services and Sonoma County Office of Education, the following additional school districts have announced they will suspend in-person classes following the week of spring break. With these new announcements, all Sonoma County school districts have officially suspended in-person classes at least through the end of the day on Friday, March 27. Spring break is the week of March 16-22 for most Sonoma County school districts.

The following school districts/charter schools have now announced suspension of in-person classes between March 23-April 5, reopening for onsite instruction on Monday, April 6, unless otherwise noted in parentheses:

  • Dunham School District
  • Fort Ross Elementary School District
  • Gravenstein Union School District
  • Kashia School District (reopening March 31)
  • Liberty School District (reopening March 30)
  • Pivot Charter School North Bay

Previously announced school districts: 

  • Alexander Valley School District
  • Bellevue Union School District
  • Bennett Valley Union School District
  • Brush Creek Montessori School
  • Cinnabar School District (resuming March 30)
  • Cloverdale Unified School District
  • Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified School District
  • Credo Charter School
  • Forestville Union School District
  • Geyserville Unified School District
  • Guerneville Union School District
  • Harmony Union School District
  • Healdsburg Unified School District
  • Horicon School District (reopening date TBD)
  • Kenwood School District
  • Kid Street Charter School
  • Live Oak Charter School
  • Mark West Union School District
  • Monte Rio Union School District
  • Montgomery Elementary School District
  • Oak Grove Union School District
  • Old Adobe Union School District (reopening date TBD, at least through March 27)
  • Pathways Charter School
  • Petaluma City Schools (resuming after March 27, date TBD)
  • Piner-Olivet Union School District
  • Reach Charter School (resuming after March 27, date TBD)
  • Rincon Valley Union School Districts
  • River Montessori Charter School
  • Roseland School District
  • Santa Rosa City Schools
  • Sebastopol Independent Charter School
  • Sebastopol Union School District 
  • Sonoma Charter School
  • Sonoma Valley Unified School District
  • Twin Hills School District
  • Two Rock Union School District
  • Village Charter School (TBD - March 30 or April 6)
  • Waugh School District
  • West Side Union School District
  • West Sonoma County Union High School District (extending spring break until March 24; distance learning begins March 25 and goes through at least April 6)
  • Wilmar Union School District (March 30 TBD following Petaluma City Schools)
  • Windsor Unified School District
  • Woodland Star Charter (reopening date TBA)
  • Wright School District
  • SCOE Special Education classrooms - all locations
  • SCOE Alternative Education - Amarosa and Headwaters
  • SCOE Probation Camp/DeForest Hamilton School (closed)
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