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SUSD Schools and District Office Currently Closed

Schools are closed through May 3, 2020

Public schools in Santa Clara County and neighboring Bay Area counties are closed to regular school attendance through May 3, 2020 to slow the spread of COVID-19 to the maximum extent possible. Saratoga USD school campuses and District Office are closed.

Staff and students should not come onto school campuses at this time.

If you need to reach staff during this time or register a new student, scroll down to the contact email addresses listed at the bottom of this page.

County Warm Line Service:
As our community navigates through the impact of COVID-19, the Santa Clara County Office of Education’s Inclusion Collaborative has expanded its Inclusion Support Warmline Services.

This service is available 16 hours per day and has the following language capabilities: Spanish, Vietnamese, Mandarin, and Korean. Support will be provided by answering questions, addressing concerns and providing social stories to support children’s understanding of “social distancing”, etc.

Also available will be alternative educational resources, support for flexible learning (media, etc.) and addressing individual needs for children with IEPs. Visual Support, individual schedules, etc. are also available.

Call (408) 453-6651 or email

The World Health Organization has published a helpful flyer to help parents guide children during this stressful time.

School Breakfast and Lunch:
Child Nutrition Services will continue to provide meals for children 18 years and younger, Monday through Friday between 11:00 a.m. and noon at the Saratoga Elementary School parking lot, 14592 Oak St, Saratoga. Please stay in your car and meals will be passed to you.

Lessons and homework:
Teachers are holding classes via online classrooms. SUSD families, please follow your teachers’ specific instructions regarding remote e-learning. Your teacher is your primary point of contact for “classroom” e-learning. Teachers will be providing “office hours” if you need to reach out. If you are not seeing your child listed on your PowerSchool Parent Portal account, contact

Student Safety:
If you have a concern about a student’s safety, please call 911 if the danger is imminent. The Student Safety Tip Line 
is open if you need to report a non-emergency concern about the safety of another SUSD student or your child’s safety.

Unemployment Benefit Information:
Parents who cannot work because of their child's school closures may be eligible for Unemployment Insurance Benefits. Please call the OLSE Advice Line for help in determining eligibility and assistance with applications or visit or call the OLSE Advice Line: (866) 870-7725.

Contact Us

If you need assistance with any of the following, please email: