We hope that the information found on this page assists the Saugus Union School District stakeholders in navigating an extremely fluid and anxious time in our nation’s history.  The COVID-19 pandemic is an ever-changing landscape, but by arming ourselves with useful, accurate, and current information we can ensure that we stay healthy and we assist our community in slowing the spread.

Saugus Union School District (SUSD) COVID-19 Protocols:

  • SUSD School Safety Requirements
  • SUSD School Safety Requirements - Spanish
  • SUSD School Visitor Requirements
  • SUSD School Visitor Requirements - Spanish
  • SUSD Daily Symptoms Check Process:
    • Each day a student is scheduled to attend school on an SUSD campus, parents will receive a symptoms check form through Parent Square. This is a single form for every child in the household enrolled in SUSD schools. You must submit this form each morning, prior to bringing the child(ren) to campus. Each form will include the temperature for each child on the morning the form is submitted.
    • Saugus Digital Learning Academy (SDLA) students do not have to complete a daily symptom check form and will not receive one through Parent Square.
  • SUSD Isolation & Quarantine Protocols for Students with Symptoms or Who Have Been Exposed - Coming Soon
  • SUSD Isolation & Quarantine Protocols for Students with Symptoms or Who Have Been Exposed - Spanish - Coming Soon
  • SUSD Lunch/School Meals Requirements - Coming Soon
  • SUSD Lunch/School Meals Requirements - Spanish - Coming Soon
  • SUSD Recess Requirements - Coming Soon
  • SUSD Recess Requirements - Spanish - Coming Soon

Contact Information for Symptomatic Students or Students that May Have Been Exposed to COVID-19:

If a parent/guardian feels that their child is showing symptoms of COVID-19 or has been exposed to COVID-19, they should contact their pediatrician for direction and appropriate medical attention.

The student must remain home if they are showing symptoms or there is known exposure. The parent/guardian must contact the school office staff to determine the best process for addressing the need to attend school. School health office staff, office staff, or administration will assist parents in ensuring that individual students receive the appropriate instructional support until they are able to safely return to school.

Please remember that students who have a fever or have had a fever of 100 degrees must stay home until they are fever-free (without the use of medication) for 72 hours. It is critical that students not attend school if they are ill in any way.

Options for COVID-19 in the Santa Clarita Valley

If you are having symptoms of COVID-19 or feel you have been exposed to the virus, you should contact your regular medical professional about testing and treatment. Please visit the City of Santa Clarita Emergency Updates for SCV area testing.