​Letter from the Superintendent

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March 27, 2020 

​Dear Jurupa Unified Community, 

Thank you for your understanding and efforts during this unique and challenging time. This has been a time of hardship for many of you. All of us at Jurupa Unified are answering the call to do our part to help our community. During the last few weeks, JUSD has provided thousands of meals for the children in our community in an effort to assist families. Additionally, we have been hard at work preparing for increased distance learning opportunities and a suggested learning schedule for our students during school closure, both centrally through our district website, and directly from your student's teacher. Those resources can be found here

While school is closed, students are not required to complete assigned tasks. However, all instructional learning tasks have been and will be designed to both improve student's grades, and assist them in continuing to master the challenging standards for their grade level, preparing them for the next school year's content. 

Many teachers have reached out to students digitally in the past days, and professional development sessions are being offered to assist teachers with this challenging task. Beginning the week of March 30th, teachers will be providing learning opportunities for their students. These learning opportunities are optional, but we recommend strongly that students participate. 

Assistance with district-issued Chromebook devices will be provided.

Resources for home internet access will be provided.

If you have additional questions, please click here

Thank you for your patience and flexibility during this time. JUSD will continue to put every effort into ensuring that students are supported while at home during school closure. 


Elliott Duchon, Superintendent