COVID-19 SEPTEMBER 2020 UPDATE
California Department of Public Health released new guidelines on September 4, 2020 regarding small cohorts of students on campus. Each school site has contacted our students with disabilities and made arrangements for this group of students to return to school for in-person learning. Lemoore Union Elementary School District has worked diligently on safety for staff and students. You can read through our Covid-19 Reopening Plan HERE. If you have any questions regarding your child's safety at school, please contact your school site administrators.
Parents have the choice to keep students on distance learning or to have their students with disabilities return to school for in-person learning. Below is the district possible Risk Notification.
Risk Notification regarding COVID-19
Those at high risk for health problems from COVID-19 should consult with their health care provider when considering whether to participate in K-12 activities. Also, families with a member who is at high risk from COVID-19 should carefully consider risks and benefits of sending their student to school in person.
Information from the Centers for Disease Control Currently Provides the following information regarding populations at risk for severe illness from COVID-19.
Children with the following conditions might be at increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19 compared to other children
Congenital heart disease
People of any age with the following conditions are at increased risk of severe illness from COVID-19:
Chronic Kidney Disease
COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)
Immunocompromised (due to solid organ transplant)
Obesity (BMI or 30 or higher)
Serious Heart Condition (such as heart failure, coronary artery disease or cardiomyopathies)
Sickle Cell Disease
Type 2 diabetes
Based on what is known at this time, people with the following conditions might be at an increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19:
Hypertension or high blood pressure
Immunocompromised (weakened immune system from blood or bone marrow transplant, HIV, corticosteroid therapy or other immune weakening medicines)
Neurological Conditions (such as dementia)
Pulmonary fibrosis (damaged lung tissue)
Thalassemia (blood disorder)
Type 1 diabetes
Older adults are at increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19
The greatest risk for severe illness from COVID-19 is among those aged 85 or older
Parent Support For At Home Learning
A list of resources will be posted in the near future for our families to use on the LUESD main page. Please refer to your child's teacher and case manager for specific
Here are a few websites that you can use at home and a sample daily schedule.
All students with exceptional needs will have the foundational skills upon which they are able to develop an appropriate level of independence, building on individual strengths that can be applied to activities that are productive to society.
Through meaningful collaboration with teachers, staff and parents, students with exceptional needs will be provided with data-driven, quality instruction and intervention which support the development of academic achievements as well as personal and social skills.
The Department of Special Services provides special education, psychological, counseling and health services to students of Lemoore Union Elementary School District.
On subsequent pages, you can learn more about these services, how they can be accessed and how they may be beneficial to your child.
If you have any questions about Special Services, feel free to contact us at the District office in person or via telephone at (559) 924-6823.
Brooke Warkentin, Director of Special Services
Emily Carney, School Psychologist
Deena Mathers, School Psychologist
Tracy Paulo, School Counselor Cinnamon Elementary
Brenden Boesch, School Counselor Lemoore Elementary
Melanie Endo, School Counselor Liberty Middle School
Stephanie Martin, RN District Nurse
Kimberley Moench, LVN
Erica Loza, LVN
Alma Avina, LVN
Olivia Gutierrez, Special Services Technician
Hugo Calvillo, School Psychologist
Ruth Garcia, Behavioral Specialist
Christina Weaver, School Counselor Engvall Elementary
Kim Shirk, School Counselor Meadow Lane Elementary
Lori Buder, School Counselor University Charter School
Jeanette Clodfelter, RN School Nurse
Melissa Perez, LVN
Kathy Tafoya, LVN