We feel safe coming to school and the social-emotional aspect is addressed — a great testament to Hausner.
My son is thriving and that’s not a small statement to make during this pandemic.
- 1st Grade Parent

In this time of uncertainty, we aim to offer students and their families a sense of anchor and safety.

In the 2020-21 school year, Hausner offers a choice of in-person and distance learning. Through careful, thorough and thoughtful planning and execution, both programs have been highly successful. We keep one step ahead of the game by not just addressing today’s needs but keeping our vision on what’s to come. 

We strictly follow every safety protocol, stay up to date on the CDC and Santa Clara County health guidelines, as well as take every precaution possible to keep our community safe.

For timely updates and resources go to Hausner’s expended COVID-19 website.

Jumping in PE class (during COVID)

Social-emotional support during the pandemic

As we all learn to face the new norms, we continue to focus on our students’ needs and growth, as well as their families’. As always, we are committed to building a strong, successful, thriving extended school community.

Social distancing does not mean social isolation. We teach the kids that it’s all about keeping each other safe. We talk about our feelings and allow them to share what they’re going through and ask questions. We offer activities that aim to reduce stress and anxiety and bring upon joy, happiness, fun and laughter, such as acting, dancing, and role playing.
- Shiry Zamir, Director of Learning Support and School Counselor

Boy coming down slide (during COVID)
Masked girl learning the alphabet
Masked girl holding up plant (during COVID)
Girl with ipad (during COVID)
Masked boy reading
Masked girl reading
Making small Sukot (during COVID)
Masked boy holding up mathematical shapes game (during COVID)