This communication aims to answer some of the many questions you may have and to convey updates that will impact all of us.
News & Announcements
According to "Safer at Home," effective at midnight tonight, people are urged to stay home or at their place of residence, only leave home for essential items, and avoid gatherings of over 10 people.
We understand that you may have a variety of reactions including (but not limited to) fear, anxiety, stress, and confusion. However, there are many aspects of daily life that remain under your control, including how you take care of your emotional, social and physical well-being, and your ability to support and help your friends, family, and community.
Recent national news regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) may be confusing and worrying. In the interest of ensuring that the GHC community has current and accurate information, we encourage you to read all of this communication. This page will be updated as information becomes available.
Even with the closure of the school, our counselors are dedicated to helping our students.
With every student equipped with a Google Chromebook, our teachers are able to share lectures and materials throughout our distance learning program.
These guidelines—which prioritize maintaining as much of your daily routine as possible—will keep you focused and energized, as well as mitigating isolation and potential burnout.
In consideration of recent changes surrounding the local response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Granada Hills Charter (GHC) is directing families to surrounding community locations where free meals may be obtained.
On March 15, Mayor Garcetti put in place temporary restrictions to stop large numbers of people from gathering and staying in close proximity. These new restrictions will be effective through March 31, 2020, unless they are extended.
Online and distance instructional program support will begin next week after staff and families have the needed time and space to prepare and take care of important and essential tasks.