Jan. 26, 2021

COVID-19 Response Plan: Regional Stay At Home Order Ended

Regional Stay at Home Order Ended

January 26, 2021

Good morning Sage Oak families,

Yesterday, Governor Newsom ended the Regional Stay at Home Order, lifting the restrictions for all regions statewide. As such, the state will return to the Blueprint for a Safer Economy tiered system that monitors COVID-19 cases on a county-by-county basis. The Regional Stay at Home Order urged residents to stay home except for essential activities. As we return to the tiered system, some businesses will be permitted to reopen outdoors or with safety modifications based upon their county’s placement on the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy. 

Per the state, a school is permitted to remain open when its county backslides into a more restrictive tier only if the school previously opened when the state permitted schools within the county to do so. Sage Oak opened each county in yellow when it was permitted to do so and, therefore, these counties will remain in yellow as defined in the Sage Oak response plan. We will continue to monitor the state’s guidelines and Blueprint for a Safer Economy and use the Sage Oak response map to communicate the levels of reopening in each county the school serves. 

Sage Oak community providers that are permitted to serve students in-person, as shown in yellow on the map, are still required to follow school guidelines, the state and industry guidelines that apply to their business, and operations in the county where their business resides. 

If you have any questions related to the schools’ COVID-19 response plan, please use the following Google form