1330 S Knott Ave Anaheim, CA 92804 | (714) 236-3800

Welcome to the Savanna School District

Where Today's Learners Become Tomorrow's Leaders

                                                              

 

Welcome to the 2021-22 School Year! 

As a reminder, COVID-19 health requirements are set by state and county health officials, and school districts are required to follow the guidance in order to operate in-person instruction.  To review the guidelines, click here:  Updated California Department of Public Health guidance for K-12 schools.

If your child or someone living in the household tests positive for COVID-19, it is important that you contact us immediately.  We've set up a special Health Hotline which will go directly to our team of District and County nursing staff.  Parents are encouraged to call 714-236-3820 with information regarding positive test results.  A nurse will provide you with important information in order to help keep all students and staff safe.

We've implemented modified quarantine requirements for students that are exposed to COVID -19 as part of our Reopening Schools Plan as well as the California Department of Public Health Guidelines. The intent is to ensure that all students have access to full in-person instruction and to as much instructional time as possible while keeping student and staff safety at the forefront of all we do.

Because students consistently wear masks at all times when indoors at school, guidelines state that students who are exposed to COVID-19 may quarantine at school. 

Our procedure when a school office is notified by a parent that his/her child has tested positive for COVID-19 is as follows: 

We offer a free drive-up COVID-19 testing opportunity for children who have been asked to stay home from school due to symptoms between 10:30 and 11:00 am at our District Office on each day school is in session. Parents will be provided with results of this COVID-19 test within 48 hours and given directions on when their child may return to school.

Additional days drive-up testing will be offered include:

The following important guidelines make it possible for all students to remain in school:

While this can be a scary time for families, please know that we continue to make every effort to maintain a safe and healthy environment for our students and staff while adhering to all state health and safety requirements. There is no ability in law to allow for online learning similar to what was done during the 2020-21 school year; your understanding that school districts are required to follow state mandates is very much appreciated.

We are deeply indebted to our school community for its ongoing support during the COVID-19 pandemic and will continue to provide updates on our website as further information is received from the state.

Click below to view video updates from Dr. Johnson. Click here for previous video updates.

 

 

 

 
We’re excited to welcome all our students back to campus for full-time, in-person instruction on Monday, August 9, 2021!      --Dr. Johnson         

 

Click here for the Title I Parent and Engagement Policy

Click here for a Joint Statement on Updated CDPH Guidance for Schools and Universal Mask Requirements

 

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Numbered for Success

What a special place Savanna School District is!  Encompassing parts of the cities of Anaheim, Buena Park, Cypress and Stanton, Savanna School District is an elementary school district with approximately 2400 students. These students attend one of our four schools: Cerritos, Hansen, Holder and Twila Reid Schools. We also serve about 250 preschoolers in state and privately-run preschools on our campuses.

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Schools serving parts of Anaheim, Buena Park, Cypress, and Stanton
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Educators and Administration Professionals
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District Students