St. Bede Catholic School will begin the school year with distance-learning.

Governor Gavin Newsom provided new guidelines for the reopening of schools in California for the 2020-2021 school year. All schools (private or public) located within a county on the state monitoring watch list will need to start in distance learning this August. The county must be off the watch list for 14 consecutive days in order for a school to start on-campus learning. Both Alameda and Contra Costa Counties are currently on this watch list. Additionally, further health and safety guidelines have been adopted in order to return to on-campus instruction. Given this information, all diocesan schools will begin the new school year with distance learning.

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2020-21 School Reopening Plan

In accordance with the Alameda County Health Department to prevent the spread of COVID-19, St. Bede Catholic School, along with all of the schools in the Oakland Diocese, moved to Long-Term Dismissal (LTD) and Sustained Learning in March 2020.  In accordance with current state and county requirements, we began the new 20-21 school year with distance learning.  Please read our reopening plan by clicking the link below.
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