Pivot Charter School has adopted the Testing Framework for K-12 Schools for the 2022-2023 School Year issued by the California Department of Public Health.
Test kits are available to all Pivot students. Masks are no longer required, but they are strongly recommended. Surgical masks and K95 masks are available at the site.
At this time, all individuals are required to complete a daily check-in and temperature screening each time they visit a Pivot Resource Center.
Visit a Resource Center!
Students looking to visit their resource center MUST sign up in advance. We are not taking any unscheduled visits/appointments. All students who have officially signed up for activities on-site must check in every day:
There are many other requirements to the schools reopening and closing that the Department of Educations has required and by which Pivot will be abiding. For more information on those requirements, visit the California Department of Education Stronger Together webpage.
If you have witnessed a potential COVID hazard at Pivot Charter School, please fill out this anonymous COVID Hazard Reporting Form.
Pivot Charter School is prepared and uniquely qualified to be able to handle these types of emergencies as all of our students can continue making progress in their academics through their online courses which are available 24 hours a day. All of our teachers will be working and overseeing your students’ academics each school day regardless of if your student visits their resource center. They will be expecting students to complete their required number of assignments. Teachers will be communicating with students and parents as frequently as usual, and they will be expecting responses as usual.
- Parent & student communication with your EC is essential, not optional.
- Students must login and complete schoolwork every school day.
Updates from the Pivot Charter Schools COVID-19 Team
April 20, 2022 – News
March 11, 2022 – News
March 10, 2022 – Update
February 10, 2022 – Update
February 8, 2022 – News
A list for pick-up sites for student meals is available for the Pivot North Bay community at the following link: Pick-Up Sites for Student Meals
Teachers have put together Learning From Home resources for parents and students (of any age), which are now available on the Student Portal.
A number of companies are offering free internet services during this time for students or those unable to pay for their current internet service, which are listed at the following link: Free Internet Resources
Information on this virus and how to control its spread may change. Visit the following resources for up-to-date, accurate information:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
California Department of Public
Sonoma County Public Health Division