Coronavirus update Jesuit High School Sacramento
Thursday, March 12, 2020 2:30 PM

Dear parents, students, faculty and staff:

Since late January, Jesuit High School Sacramento has sent several communications to our community as we respond to the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus. The health and safety of our students, parents, faculty, and staff have always been our top priority, and this is a rapidly-evolving situation that we continue to monitor on an hour-by-hour basis.

Our hearts go out to all those who have been affected across the globe. Fortunately, as of this writing, Jesuit Sacramento has no known cases of the coronavirus on our campus.

Our leadership and our Emergency Response Team are following the guidance from the California Department of Public Health, who has not advised that we close the campus. As with all of our previous communications, we intend to remain transparent and provide our families as much information as possible

Included in this communication, you will find a summary of the California Department of Public Health Guidelines we are using to make decisions and our Current Campus Operating Status.

Additionally, as we stated in a previous message regarding our response to the COVID-19 situation, Jesuit Sacramento has a plan for remote learning in place. The protocol for Digital Learning Days (DLD) is also included below, so all are prepared and informed should the school need to close the campus.

We are keeping all those affected in our prayers and appreciate our families’ patience and understanding as we navigate this very fluid situation. If conditions change that affect Jesuit Sacramento, we will provide additional updates immediately.

As always, please contact Principal Michael Wood directly if you have any questions.


Michael Wood ’99, Principal and Rev. John P. McGarry, S.J.,  President