Information for the 2020-2021 School Year

We officially welcomed students back to campus for classes on Tuesday, October 20 in adherence to the guidelines and recommendations of the County of Sacramento Department of Public Health and California Department of Public Health and utilization of our Red/Blue HyFlex model in which half of our students are on site on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and the other half on Thursdays and Fridays.  

COVID-19 Information

Ensuring a Safe Campus

Before entering campus, all students will need to show proof of completing the daily health screening on the Safely Back to School app. This will need to be done every day before coming to campus.

Instructions for Installing and Using the Safely Back to School App:

1. Download the Safely Back to School app to the student’s phone or iPad. This is found in the App Store. You may need your Apple ID to download.

2. Students must sign into the Safely Back to School app using their student CB email username and password.  The app will not work, and students will not be allowed on campus unless the CB email username and password are used. Reminder: Your school email includes the domain.

3. Once in the app, select the student option and enter your school email address and password.

4. A 6-digit PIN will be sent to your CB email for confirmation. Follow all prompts.

5. Watch the KBFT video that shows how to use the Safely Back to School app.

If you have any questions about your CB email, username or Safely Back to School app, please email

We also ask that all students:

  • Stay home if feeling sick. Go home if becoming ill.
  • Wear a face covering when on campus – except when eating or drinking.
  • Wash hands often, and for the recommended 20 seconds.
  • Maintain at least six feet of distance from others whenever possible.
  • Follow marked travel patterns when moving throughout campus.

 For the health and safety of our local community and the common good, we ask that you take to heart the spirit of California’s travel advisory shared by health officials and the governor asking that individuals avoid all non-essential travel and those traveling out of state (particularly using public modes of transportation) observe a two-week quarantine period upon their return to California and that interactions be limited to the immediate household.

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If your student is unable to attend class for any reason, please contact the Attendance Office at 916-733-3625 or email spierson@cbhs-sacramento.orgThis includes problems with power outages, Wi-Fi or any technology failure. Absences can only be excused when a parent or guardian contacts the Attendance Office.


Checking for assigned homework on Schoology and grade postings on PowerSchool regularly continues to be the most efficient and accurate way to monitor your child’s school progress.