Spring Break Starts March 22 for SBCUSD Students

Spring Break Starts March 22 for SBCUSD Students
Posted on 03/18/2021
SBCUSD Spring Break Begins March 22

San Bernardino City Unified School District (SBCUSD) students start Spring Break on Monday, March 22, 2021, which means a break from distance learning. Classes resume April 5, 2021.

During Spring Break, SBCUSD Nutrition Services will continue to provide families with Grab ‘N’ Go Meals, including produce boxes and bulk pantry items, on Wednesdays. Only 12 locations, instead of the usual 25 schools, will offer meals on March 24 and 31. Ten locations will provide meals from 8 to 11 a.m.: San Gorgonio, Pacific, Cajon, and San Bernardino High Schools; Muscoy and Lincoln Elementary Schools; Paakuma’ K-8 School; Del Vallejo, Golden Valley, and King Middle Schools. Two schools will offer Grab ‘N’ Go Meals from 2 to 5 p.m.: Arroyo Valley and Indian Springs High Schools. Special Education Door-to-Door Meal delivery will continue during Spring Break. Anyone with questions about Grab ‘N’ Go Meals should call (909) 881-8000 or visit www.sbcusd.com/meals.

CAPS Expanded Learning will also take time off during Spring Break. Students and families in need of academic support can continue to access all of the free, SBCUSD resources online during the break, including MyON, Footsteps2Brilliance, and the SBCUSD Literacy Campaign.

Students can also access free academic assistance provided by community and business partners at https://sbcusd.com/student_resources/online_student_resources. A toll-free Homework Hotline is available at (877) 827-5462, 6 to 9 p.m., Sunday through Thursday, for homework help for grades 4 to 12.

The San Bernardino Public Library, in conjunction with the San Bernardino City Library Foundation, offers Brainfuse free to all library cardholders. Brainfuse provides online, live tutoring and homework assistance for students in elementary through adult education from 1 to 10 p.m. Brainfuse also provides SAT/ACT test preparation. Log in with your library card number at http://main.sbpl.ca.brainfuse.com/authenticate.asp.

Children ages 4 through 12 can join the In & Out Reading Program to improve their reading skills and earn free food. Learn more about these and other free programs at www.sbpl.org or sign up for a library card online at http://catalog.sbpl.org:8086/onlineBorrowerRegistration.html.

Distance Learning resumes Monday, April 5, 2021. The free, online resources are available all year long to all SBCUSD students.


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