These counts include students in grades TK-12 inclusive. Students enrolled in preschool programs are not be included.
Full-time in-person learning
These students are scheduled to receive 100% of their instructional program from a teacher who is in the same physical location as the students. Virtual instruction and/or independent learning are not used in this learning format. School enrichment programs (ASES/ASSETS), childcare programs, individual assessments, and other special services that do not involve a teacher providing instruction to students in the same physical location as the teacher are not considered in-person learning.
Students in hybrid learning are scheduled to participate in a mix of in-person and distance learning in any proportion.
Students in this learning format do not regularly receive instruction from a teacher who is physically located in the same place as their students. Cohorts/schools that have been temporarily shifted to distance learning for quarantine are reported as part of distance learning totals until they return to in-person learning.
The number of school/district employees who are regularly scheduled to work in person on a school site for any portion of their assignment. This total represents individuals, not full-time equivalents, and does not include substitute employees unless they are covering a vacant position, employees of contracted providers, or volunteers.
Each employee is counted only once, at the site where they work the most hours.
Onsite at a school
This includes employees who are scheduled to be physically present/work on a school campus for any portion of their assignment, regardless of if students are physically present at the school. Employees who work at non-school facilities such as district offices, professional development centers, or maintenance facilities, are not included.
The Healthy Places Index (HPI) is a report on the health of each census tract in California, where the lowest quartile, 4, equates to a tract with the lowest combination of health, education, and financial conditions. The highest quartile is 1. The HPI quartile (1-4) for each school is obtained by converting the school's street address to a census tract using U.S. Census geocoding. If an HPI value cannot be found for a particular tract, the closest adjacent tract is used.