Students in Trinity County schools are returning this week after an extended winter break to a variety of learning situations including both in-person instruction and distance learning alternatives to prevent community spread of COVID-19.
An updated weekly status listing is posted on the Trinity County Office of Education website at www.tcoek12.org.
As of Monday, Jan. 4, the following schools were returning from break for face-to-face instruction in classrooms: Burnt Ranch Elementary, Douglas City Elementary, Hayfork Elementary and Hayfork High, Van Duzen and Hoaglin-Zenia Elementary, Southern Trinity High, Weaverville Elementary, Trinity and Alps View high schools and Trinity Center Elementary.
Coffee Creek Elementary will continue with distance learning through Jan. 18 and return to face to face instruction on Jan. 19. Junction City Elementary has returned to a modified distance learning schedule with one day of face-to-face instruction each week through Jan. 15. Lewiston Elementary has returned to face-to-face instruction Monday through Thursday with distance learning on Fridays.
All schedules are subject to change as circumstances dictate.