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Resources during Closure Page (Lunch, Links & Activities)

RESOURCES/CLOSURE  NEW SITE 
This site is designed to provide another way to find links and information like the lists below.

Lunch & Meal Info

FUSD:  

SPRING BREAK UPDATE: On Thursday, April 9th, three days of Grab & Go meals for impacted FUSD students and children will be available for pick-up at Irvington, Kennedy and Washington High Schools from 10-11am, and at Cabrillo Elementary School from 10-10:45am. These meals will cover Thursday, April 9th, Friday, April 10th, and Monday, April 13th. There will be no FUSD meal service on Friday, April 10th, or Monday, April 13th. On Tuesday, April 14th, four days of meals will be available for pick-up to cover Tuesday, April 14th, through Friday, April 17th. There will be no FUSD meal service Wednesday, April 15th, through Friday, April 17th.  Meal service will be available every day at the locations listed below from 12-2:00pm.  The meals will be heated at home.

Any student or child 18 years or younger can pick up complimentary breakfast and lunch Grab & Go meals in the drive through parking lot of Cabrillo Elementary School between 10-10:45am. This location is in addition to existing Grab & Go breakfast and lunch pick-up service at Irvington, Kennedy and Washington High School parking lots from 10-11am, Monday-Friday. 

FUSS and Subway: Grab & Go Lunches Available for Students Impacted by School Closures Thank you to everyone who has donated to support this project! FUSS has received nearly $40,000 so far!

Joe's Corner in Niles also offering lunches for impacted FUSD students 11:00am - 2:00pm Thank you to all staff for your support!

Alameda County: Community Food Bank (https://www.accfb.org/get-food/)

Links

Alameda County Public Health Department website (acphd.org/2019-ncov.aspx)

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Shelter at Home (pdf)

Coronavirus FAQ  Updated 3/26/20
Washing Hands Detail (unicef.org) Poster (pdf)
Wash Your Hands | LÁVATE LAS MANOS | 请洗手
Self-quarantine Guidelines

Most City of Fremont Facilities will now be Closed to the Public through April 7, 2020 (pdf)
City of Fremont (fremont.gov)
Fremont COVID-19 Testing Center (see details - fever over 100℉ & symptomatic COVID-19 - vehicle only)

Basic Needs - Financial, Shelter, Medical Assistance & Other

Brainpop video explaining what coronavirus is, how it is transmitted, and what you can do.
Google Slides presentation with factual information about the virus and detailed suggestions for how to stay healthy. Thank you to American High School for creating and sharing.
A Comic Exploring the New Coronavirus

Activities

Click Here for a Set of Activity Links Digital Communication Tools, Free internet service, Family Support During COVID-19 Closures, Physical Exercise Activities, Imagination and Creativity Activities, Nature Activities, Character Trait Activities, Mindfulness Activities and others.

Special Education Parent Resources (added 3/30/20)
Special Education Guidance (cde.ca.gov)

Fun Activities (City of Los Altos)

KQED (local PBS) Special TV Programming by Age and Subject

2 months free Internet Essentials - Comcast

mental health support

Coping with Stress and Anxiety (Student Support Services)

Elementary School Counselor Multiple Pages of Helpful Info

If you need immediate medical help, call 911. If you need to speak with a crisis counselor immediately, call 1-800-985-5990

5 Tips to Regain Your Calm

Staff (Sign-in Required)

FUSD Digital Learning Resources (C&I Department)
Additional recommendations for teachers
Staff Updates have Email Summaries