March 25, 2021

Dear Kentfield School District Community,

As we close out the first week of our full in-person and distance learning only pathway program I want to extend my absolute gratitude to the KSD community for making this happen. Through coming together as a collective force we were able to expand offerings for our students that exuberated joy and excitement, and our educators were able to teach in a way that felt more “normal.” Across both campuses we continue to tweak operations to get better and I am confident through enforcing guidance from our public health we can keep our schools open and close out this school year on a positive note.

The KSD will return to Full -In Person following the spring recess on April 12th.  The decision to resume our current program is based on maintaining continuity of teaching and learning for our students and staff.  In order to keep our schools as safe as possible following this break, we are reinforcing recommendations of Public Health and asking families to please quarantine if you have traveled out of state and/or engaged in high risk activity.  If you anticipate quarantining please complete THIS form by March 30th, so we may prepare your child/ren’s educational program.

As I have said in various communications we have a common goal of doing what is best for our school community and by working together and following this guidance from public health I am confident we will be able to keep our school campuses open and continue to see our children thrive in the safest environment possible.  

Be Well!

Superintendent Signature

Raquel Rose

Public Health Guidance for K-12 Schools in California, 2020-2021 School Year - Updated 3-20-2021

Highlights Include:

  • Distancing students at least 3 feet in classrooms
  • All schools eligible to open if case rates are below 25 per 100,000
  • Importance of maintaining stable groups of students

When to Quarantine? See the Marin County Decision Tree

KSD requires quarantine for the following:

  • Travel outside California
  • High Risk Gathering - examples include large gatherings with more than 3 families, such as wedding, party, sporting event, concerts, etc.

Contact Laurel Yrun, KSD School Nurse at if you have any questions.

KSD SSSPP Update, Recording (English - Spanish - Portuguese) - Bacich SSSPP - Kent SSSPP

Join the Marin County Schools/Public Health Community Meeting on Tuesday, March 23rd at 11:00 am

Please click the link below to join the webinar:

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