2022 RUSD COVID-19 Updates

  • COVID-19 Guidelines for Student Safety - August 2022

    Please click here to view the COVID-19 Guidelines for Student Safety (updated August 2022). The intent of this document is to provide you with a better understanding of District and school COVID-19 guidelines and to ensure student safety. Please take a minute to review the document and discuss it as needed with your child.

    It takes each of us doing our part to have a safe and successful school year.


  • The Rialto Unified School District opened its doors in August for traditional school to start the 2021-2022 school year. RUSD staff continues to work diligently to make our schools safe as we combat COVID-19. Please use this page as a resource. On this page, you will find our Reopening Plan, COVID-19 Guidelines for Student Safety, District protocol, and updates as Federal, State, local, and District guidelines are changed.



COVID-19 Dashboard

  • COVID-19 Dashboard

    With the support of the Board of Education and under the leadership of Superintendent, Dr. Avila, Rialto Unified School District is providing a COVID-19 Dashboard to communicate to our community the number of positive student and staff exposures of COVID-19. This data will show the public the positive cases of COVID-19 at each RUSD school and service areas.


  • Reopening: Instructional & Operational Plan

    Reopening Instructional & Operational Plan 2021-2022The Rialto Unified School District is prepared to reopen for the 2021-2022 School Year. You can view our Reopening: Instructional & Operational Plan in both English and Spanish. 

    The plan covers:

    • Information on COVID-19 safety protocols
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    Precautionary measures for schools 
    • 
    Safety guidelines for students and staff


News

  • District Measures for COVID-19

    Garcia Temperature Screening Station

    As we return to school, the Rialto Unified School District will continue to regard the health and safety of our students, teachers, and staff as our highest priority. Safety measures include: 

    • Increased quality of filters in HVAC system (from MERV 8 to MERV 13 — hospital grade)
    • Air purifiers are provided in each classroom and main office.
    • Frequent disinfecting of workstations and high traffic areas 
    • Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) available for students and staff: masks, face shields, hand sanitizer, disinfectant spray, and gloves. 

COVID-19 Resources