Urgent Notice: No school on 3/14, switch to off campus education until further notice

On 3/13, the President has made a declaration of national emergency regarding the coronavirus pandemic. As a result, Thousand Oaks Chinese School will close starting 3/14/2020 and switch to off campus education until further notice. Please check the school website and your email (weekly) for further information regarding this subject.

Thousand Oaks Chinese School

Notice: This Saturday(3/14) will be a regular school day; beginning on next Saturday(3/21) campus will close and switch to off campus education until further notice

Dear students, parents and faculty,

This Saturday, March 14, will be a regular school day. This will allow the opportunity for our teachers to be able to talk with students on how to provide off campus education while on-site instruction is not available. Students may collect any learning materials that they need to take home when school is not in session.

Beginning on Saturday, March 21, TOCS will close and switch to off campus education until further notice. Please check the school website and your email for further information regarding this subject.

We appreciate your patience and cooperation.
Thousand Oaks Chinese School

Preventing the Spread of COVID-19

Thousand Oaks Chinese School (TOCS) is working closely with the Ventura Public Health Care Agency & the Conejo Valley Unified School District for preparedness and preventing the spread of COVID-19 among students and staff. 

Preventing the Spread of COVID-19

Standard precautions, and best practices to prevent the spread of infectious diseases such as cold and flu apply to COVID-19. These include:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
  • Individuals with chronic health issues and/or individuals experiencing severe symptoms should be evaluated by a medical professional.
  • Get vaccinated for the flu every year.

Additional Public Information 

Thank You,
Thousand Oaks Chinese School

提醒:本週六(2/22)返校上課

親愛的教職員工,學生及家長:

新春吉祥 ! 新型冠狀病毒發生至今已多有時日,感謝所有教職員工堅守崗位!

學校就疫情變化會持續與美國疾病防疫單位(CDC)和文圖拉市政府健康部門(Ventura County Public Health Care Agency) 諮詢相關防疫訊息,近況請參考附件 (attached)。

CDC 建議在此期間遵守常規防護措施(勤洗手,避免接觸生病的人,生病自行在家休息,近期內曾去過中國者,請自行居家檢疫14天。)沒生病的人,CDC不建議使用口罩。
另外,不要因為恐懼這種新病毒而對亞洲血統的人產生偏見。也不要以為亞洲血統的人更容易患COVID-19,這是沒有科學依據的。 Ventura County Public Health Officer Dr.Levin 給中文學校的信件中更是提到中文學校沒有停課的必要,如果有任何關於COVID-19的問題和疑慮,可以給直接打電話給County Public Health Agency,聯繫電話是:805-981-5101。


Dear faculty, parents and students,

Happy New Year! Thanks to all faculty and staff members for your commitment to TOCS.

As concerns over the Novel coronavirus or (COVID-19) mount, we remain committed to staying in communication with you during this time of concern.  Thousand Oaks Chinese School (TOCS) is working closely with the Conejo Valley Unified School District and Ventura Public Health Care Agency.  For more information regarding the current situation locally, please refer to the following document:

      -Letter to TOCS by Dr. Robert Levin, MD, Ventura County Health Officer/Medical Director.  (attached)

For the most up to date information globally and nationally regarding the 2019 novel coronavirus, please visit the website of the leading national public health institute of the United States, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or The CDC at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

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提醒:本週六(2/8)正常上課;下週六(2/15)總統日放假

親愛的教職員工,學生及家長:

  • 提醒你這周六春節showcase活動暫時取消,「恢復1-2節及第3節正常上課」. The original scheduled New Year Showcase is now canceled. It will be a regular Chinese class day.
  • 2/15 , President Day, No School , please remind students and parents
  • 學校的立場是根據health department 和學區的決定上課與否,相關訊息請參考以下連結
    Thousand Oaks Chinese School is working closely with Conejo Valley Unified School District and Ventura County Public Health Agency. Public information about novel coronavirus is available via the California Department of Public Health website and CDC website.