“As the COVID numbers have gone up…we will pivot to distance learning (DL) on Monday, December 14th with the goal to return to hybrid learning for students in the hybrid model on Monday, January 4, 2021, pending COVID conditions and the District’s ability to improve staffing support.  The goal with this short-term school closure is to allow time for conditions to stabilize, all staff and families to regroup, and district office staff to work on strengthening our staffing situation.” -Health and Safety Update 12.10.2020 – Dr. Amy Slavensky, Superintendent for Amador County Unified School District.

To follow the district’s guidelines Amador Adult Education will not be meeting in person the week of December 14th.  We will be closed for Winter Break from December 21st through January 1st.  Classes resume January 4th, and we will let you know how we will return- whether it will continue as distance learning or be back to in person instruction.

There will be no ESL Orientation next Thursday, December 17th.  We will keep you posted when we resume!

If you have any questions, please call your teacher or our office at 209-257-5110.

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