At this time, the Grove School will be closed through May 1, 2020, following state and county guidelines. This situation is fluid and we will contact stakeholders as it evolves. In the meantime, the Grove School will be moving to distance learning. Below you will find contact information and listing for each class, as well as resources for navigating this new territory.
Find classes and contact information here. Office hours are times that teachers have dedicated to communicating with students and families. In many cases, students already have established Google Classrooms and online routines. There are also tutorials at the end of this page, if you have not interacted with that platform before.
Teachers that guide electives have joined together to form a single Google Classroom with music, art, theater, woodshop, and other activities. Creativity is important in these stressful times. Please check it out!
Please avoid coming into the office, unless absolutely necessary. If you need to do so, please be sure to follow all hygienic recommendations and create a social distance of at least 6 feet. We recommend making an appointment by calling the office at (909) 798-7831 or emailing email@example.com.
If families prefer or need paper copies of work, Students may come into the high school office to print and receive materials. The student printer and a computer, as well as sanitizing supplies will be available for students that wish to complete assignments on paper.
Grab and go lunches will be available Monday through Friday, 7:30am-2pm for students who have year-long lunch cards. Students without a year-long lunch card will pay by cash or check at the lunch window, for $4 per meal. Consistent with procedures during the school year, only year-long lunch card holders can order lunch on Wednesdays and ALL STUDENTS wishing to receive a Grove lunch must complete the weekly form that is emailed out the week prior. Feel free to write kitchen management with your questions.
If your family is experiencing distress and needs food assistance, please let us know and we will help to provide lunch and guidance.
In addition, the Redlands Unified School District is offering grab and go breakfast and lunch to any child under the age of eighteen, regardless of enrollment. The program begins on March 30. For details and locations, see the RUSD website. Thank you, Redlands!
Internet: Spectrum is offering free access to internet and Wifi for new k-12 and college student households within their network area for the next 60 days. Interested families need to call (833) 267-6094, or go to https://www.spectrum.net/contact-us/ and use the “Chat with Us” window to find out more information. FYI: the wait time for calls is usually over 30 minutes.
Transportation: Lyft is participating in LyftUp to provide rides for healthy individuals who lack the ability to get from one place to another during the COVID-19 crisis. See their website for details.