October 4 and 7 Are Non-School Days, But Learning Continues

October 4 and 7 Are Non-School Days, But Learning Continues
Posted on 09/30/2019
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All San Bernardino City Unified School District (SBCUSD) schools, except Middle College High School and Inland Career Education Center (ICEC), are closed to all students on Friday, October 4 and Monday, October 7 for teacher training.

Although October 4 and 7 are non-school days, students can still find fun ways to learn. Students can watch Mythbusters Jr. on Hulu or play fun, educational games on pbskids.org. Students and adults can also check out a library book from a library branch or the comfort of home. Anyone with a San Bernardino Public Library card and the free Libby app by OverDrive (available from Google Play, the App Store, and Microsoft) can check out electronic books from anywhere with an internet connection. You can also visit the Dorothy Ingram Branch Library, which is open Friday, October 4 from 2–6 p.m., and the Feldheym Central Library on Monday, October 7, from 10 a.m.–6 p.m.

Middle College High and ICEC observe a different schedule than other SBCUSD schools because of the unique nature of their student bodies. Middle College students are concurrently enrolled at San Bernardino Valley College. ICEC offers high school diploma and career education classes to adult students. Both schools will be open to students on Friday, October 4. ICEC is closed on Monday, October 7.

Classes resume for all SBCUSD students on Tuesday, October 8.


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