COVID-19 Prevention Program and Safety Plan for Reopening In-Person Instruction

Toggle Section Menu

COVID-19 School Updates

View Prevention and Safety Plan, Guidance Checklists

Our admin office, located at 27740 Jefferson Avenue in Temecula, is open with limited staff Monday-Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Our main phone line (951) 252-8800 is being answered Monday-Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.,
and we will return all calls that go to voicemail as soon as possible.

Our Enrollment line (951) 252-8888 and Live Chat are being answered Monday-Friday, from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


School Re-Opening Statuses:

River Springs Charter School
Riverside County
Empire Springs Charter School
San Bernardino County
Harbor Springs Charter School
San Diego County
Citrus Springs Charter School
Orange County
Vista Springs Charter School
San Diego County
Pacific Springs Charter School
San Diego County

Legend:

  • Campus(es) are Open for In-Person Instruction
  • COVID Safety Plan Approved
  • Campus(es) remain closed – Reopening pending local health authority approval
  • Campus(es) Remain Closed
  • No physical locations (N/A)

Once final safety plan approval from each county health department has been received, we must ensure that all of the newly revised COVID-19 safety guidelines are in place at each location. Many of these are identical or similar to the plans we were already prepared to implement, but some of them are new.

Requirements for In-Person Instruction

    • We are not allowed to open classrooms for students in grades 7-12 until the county transmission levels are in the RED tier.
    • We must ensure desks are 6’ apart at all times.
    • Staff and students will be required to wear masks at all times, except when eating.
      Accommodations for students who are unable to wear a mask will be made based on the guidelines from the California Department of Public Health for schools. If you plan for your child to return to In-Person instruction, and you have concerns about your child’s ability to wear a mask, please contact your child’s teacher or school administrator to discuss. 
    • Initially, students will remain with an assigned small group of classmates and will not interact with other groups or change classrooms throughout the day. Once the local health department has determined that these restrictions can be relaxed, we will begin to transition to allowing more interactions between stable groups of students.

Students: Click here for Canvas login information and instructions
Staff: Click here to access the COVID-19 One-Stop for Staff
Parents: Click here to read about meal service for Spring 2021,
and 
here to access the Grab & Go Meal reheating instructions.
Press & Media:
COVID-19 Operations Report:

 

Governor Newsom has issued the following executive orders in response to the COVID-19 crisis:

 

Testimonials

Springs keeps the children current in their academics and within their community. So, being prepared for the trend of the future is what the students are involved in now.

- C. Lang, Parent
Apply Today Live Chat Facebook Twitter Youtube Instagram