Staff Updates

  • Friday, February 27, 2021 Staff Update

  • February 22, 2021 Staff Update

  • February 19, 2021 Staff Update - Elementary Childcare Registration - Due by Tuesday, February 23

  • February 17, 2021 Update - Dates for Planned On-Campus Learning

  • February 11, 2021 Staff Newsletter

  • February 8, 2021 RCPH Second Dose Press Release

  • February 5, 2021 Staff Newsletter

  • Feb 4, 2021 - General and Special Ed HUBS/Cohorts Health and Safety Guidelines for Staff

  • January 28, 2021 Update Re: Vaccines - What to Bring With You

  • January 22, 2021 Staff Newsletter

  • January 15, 2021 Verification Letter Update and Etrieve Instructions

  • January 14, 2021 COVID-19 Vaccine Updates/How to Obtain TVUSD Employment Verification Form

  • January 13, 2021 - COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics and Offerings

  • January 8, 2021

  • November 20, 2020 Staff Newsletter

  • October 16, 2020 Staff Update

  • August 28, 2020 Staff Update

Employee Resources

  • CSEA/TVEA MOU’s, Daily Symptom Checker Forms and HR Notices

  • TVUSD Cleaning Products 

  • TVUSD Employee/Student Reported Positive Cases Tracking Form

Employee Illness Reporting Process

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  • TVUSD employees who have a confirmed positive COVID-19 test, illness symptoms, or exposure to a positive COVID individual are requested to do the following:

    1. DO NOT report to your work location. Stay home.
    2. Please call your immediate supervisor and report your COVID-19 positive test or potential exposure.  
    3. All employees who have been required to report absences utilizing the Frontline - Absence Management (formerly AESOP) in the past, will continue to do so.  
    4. If required by your position, you will need to arrange for a substitute through the Frontline - Absence Management System.
    5. Contact Risk Management via the processes below.  TVUSD is contracting with a company called Maxim to assist employees with initial responses and support. PLEASE DO NOT CALL OR EMAIL RISK MANAGEMENT DIRECTLY.  Click on the appropriate button below and follow the process to connect with a confidential representative who will assist you and expedite the process on your behalf.

Employee COVID-19 Reporting Resources

  • Close Contact Definition:
    A contact is defined as a person who is within 6 feet from a confirmed case for more than 15 minutes cumulative within 24 hours, regardless of face coverings. Before submitting the form regarding a COVID-19 exposure, please review the following chart to see if you will need to report a potential exposure. You can view it here  

COVID-19 Testing Resources

  • At this point, there is no clear direction about where the state legislature will land regarding employee testing. The current mandate is that we follow the testing cadence according to Cal/OSHA requirements, which requires that we offer (not mandate) response testing as part of potential exposure situations and provide information to our employees on available testing at no cost to employees.  As a reminder, employees are to follow the self-assessment process and make sure they are not on a District site/facility if experiencing symptoms. Employees who are feeling sick or experiencing symptoms should use the reporting procedures on the following website.

    Additionally, the District has been offering voluntary testing clinics at various school sites. We are currently developing rotating, site-based schedules to offer optional, self-administered PCR testing in accordance with the testing cadence recommendations put forward by the California Department of Public Health. Weekly schedules can be accessed via the following link.  Testing is also available at the Risk Management (Building #24) between 7:30 am-4:30 pm any day during the week to take a test. 

    The linked document details the COVID-19 optional testing offerings and processes for TVUSD employees and students for the 2020-21 school year. The link for the document is available here.

    There are also community-based options for free testing, including through the Riverside County Department of Public Health https://gettested.ruhealth.org/home, your healthcare provider, and many drug stores and private labs that may bill your insurance.

    The City of Temecula maintains a robust list of available COVID testing resources.  We encourage you to visit their page for available options. https://temeculaca.gov/1384/Local-COVID-19-Testing-Sites

    The City of Murrieta has also posted resources here

     

COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics and Offerings

  • Riverside County Vaccine Sign-Ups

    What Employees Need to Show for Verification

    • An employee badge or employment verification letter from TVUSD.
    • To obtain a TVUSD verification letter, please go to Etrieve, and you can print your form. Or, you can contact your school site or department office for assistance.
    • If you have trouble printing your own form, all school site administrative offices have received the pdf files for their employees.  For departments: All ESS Departments and District Office, Sue O'Connell; All Business Support Services Departments, Dianne Erland; Human Resources, Nancy Mireles and Kathy Sims; Transportation and M&O, Pamela Ankeny.

    Second Dose - What You Need to Know

    • For individuals who received their first dose at one of the public health vaccine clinics, automatic emails will be sent when it is time to make an appointment for your second dose. You may make an appointment for a second dose at any location where you can secure a time, including at a doctor, pharmacy, or urgent care clinic. The appointment does not have to be made precisely on the 21-day or 28-day mark. It can occur after, just not before.

    • Please note that if you received the Pfizer vaccine for your first dose, you must receive the Pfizer second dose. The same is true for the first Moderna vaccine. Check your vaccination card to see which vaccine you received. At the time of making your second appointment, inquire which vaccine is currently available.