The devastation from the Caldor fire has irreversibly impacted many of our staff, our students, and our communities. Our hearts are heavy as we think of the lasting legacy that this disaster will leave with many of us.
This is a tough season for so many. Reach out to those in need, check in with friends and co-workers, offer a shoulder to lean on, and an ear to listen.
However, our spirits are strong, and our hearts are big! As we have proven time and time again, our schools are no strangers to adversity, and we are remarkably resilient. Being not just “schools”, but a family and a place where we value people is what sets us apart and makes us special. We will get through this together and come out stronger on the other side.
Should you or someone you know be in need of support during this time, a compilation of resources are listed on the sites below:
Please see the El Dorado County Office of Education Caldor Fire Resources page or the El Dorado County Caldor Fire Information page for support with:
- Fire Information
- Community Resources
- Animal Support
- Evacuation Shelter
- Locations Local Assistance Center
If there are immediate needs for curriculum or technology for evacuated families, teachers can contact their Instructional Team Advisor for assistance.
Please reach out to any administrative staff should you have thoughts, questions or concerns. Our hearts are with you and your families.
Please stay well and safe,
Your Administrative Staff