Schools

Our 2020/2021 Return to School Plans

Find a copy of all Return-to-School (RTS) Plans for Diocese of Sacramento Catholic Schools. Schools' plans may be updated on a weekly basis. Please check back or contact the school if you are looking for a particular school's plan.

Download our Master Return-to-School Protocol (revised 8/5/20)
Download our Master Waiver Application for counties requiring a waiver (revised 8/21/20)

Select a county: Butte | Colusa | El Dorado | Nevada | Placer | Sacramento | Shasta | Solano | Sutter | Tehama | Yolo

Butte County

Current Status: Waiver application submitted

Butte County Schools


Colusa County

Current Status: Waiver approved, in-person instruction to resume September 8

Colusa County Schools


El Dorado County

Current Status: August 12 - In Person

El Dorado County Schools


Nevada County

Current Status: August 4 - In Person

Nevada County Schools


Placer County

Current Status: In-person instruction resumed

Placer County Schools


Sacramento County

Current Status: Waiver application submitted and approved by Sacramento County.

Sacramento County Schools


Shasta County

Current Status: July 27 - In Person

Shasta County Schools


Solano County

Current Status: Waiver application submitted

August 12 - Distance Learning

Solano County schools will begin on August 12 with a combination of on-campus events and online content that, over three weeks, will focus on our three goals of faith, community, and growth. Read more »

Solano County Schools


Sutter County

Current Status: Waiver ready to submit pending county accepting applications

Sutter County Schools


Tehama County

Current Status: July 27 - In Person

Tehama County Schools


Yolo County

Current Status: Preparing waiver for submission pending county accepting applications

August - Distance Learning

Yolo County schools will begin on their regularly scheduled date in August with a combination of on-campus events and online content that, over three weeks, will focus on our three goals of faith, community, and growth. Read more »

Yolo County Schools