Health and Safety Alerts

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Alert for Monday, Jan 9, 12:30 pm
Classes will resume Tuesday at 8:20am

Jesuit High School’s current plan is to reopen campus for school Tuesday, January 10, 2023. 

The power is on, and all systems are working. The grounds have been cleared of debris. We will proceed with a four-day week schedule, starting with Period 1 at 8:20am on Tuesday.

Students — for complete information, check your email for the Week Ahead message and updated Bell Schedule from Ms. Ruano.

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Alert for Sunday, Jan 8, 10:00 pm
Classes canceled, campus closed for Monday 1/9/2023

Due to a power outage and trees down on campus, Jesuit High School is canceling classes and closing the campus for Monday, January 9, 2023. 

Please visit Jesuit’s website throughout the day on Monday for updates. If possible, teachers will post instructions for their classes on Google classroom. Similarly, if possible, students should complete the assignments posted on Google classroom to the best of their ability. 

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Alert for Sunday, Jan 8, 5:00 pm
Campus closed to activities

Power remains out on the Jesuit High School campus and surrounding areas. Stay safe.

To allow planning time for our families, administrators will determine tonight whether or not school can be held Monday.

Next update at 10:00pm. Follow on social media @JesuitHighSac

 

 

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Health & Safety Update: Expected Storms & Possible Power Outages
Your health and safety come first, then check in with school

Due to the dynamic weather expected this week in the Sacramento Region and possible power outages, Jesuit High School families will be provided critical information about safety and calls to action through the school website and the emergency notification system as needed. Critical information will also be shared via the school’s social media accounts. Please refer to these sources regularly.

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Health and Safety Update – Local reports of “rainbow” fentanyl pills targeting minors

Local law enforcement and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) officials have seen an alarming influx of “rainbow” fentanyl (an extremely potent and dangerous synthetic opioid) in the greater Sacramento region that is being marketed to kids and young adults. Rainbow fentanyl can be found in many forms, including pills, powder, and blocks that can resemble sidewalk chalk or candy.

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State still has mask mandate in place for schools
CDPH to provide update on Feb. 28

Monday, California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly provided a statewide update on the progress of combating COVID-19 in schools and introduced the state’s pathway for relaxing school masking mandates. On Feb 28, the state will announce the timeline to lift the school masking mandate as long as COVID-19 health metrics continue to improve.

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Student Parking Reminders
A message from the Dean

Neighbors and other commuters have recently reported several incidents of dangerous and/or distracted driving by individuals coming into our campus. All laws in the state vehicle code relating to the operation of motor vehicles are to be obeyed when driving on or near the school grounds. Excessive speed or careless driving on campus endangers pedestrians and everyone on the road. This type of reckless driving renders a student liable to suspension of his driving and parking privileges and will result in disciplinary action.