San Jose College Student Shines Through Sorrow of Missing Father, Embraces His ReturnFor an adult, losing time with a parent can be one of life's most heartbreaking experiences. But for a child, such a loss can seem nearly impossible to recover from.
Campbell Students Stage Walkout in Support of Teachers' Salary DisputeHundreds of students from five different campuses in the Campbell Union High School District walked out of their third-period classes on Thursday morning to protest a deduction in their teachers' paychecks.
COVID: Berkeley School Bus Service Suspended 1 Week After Virus ExposuresBus services for roughly 1,400 Berkeley elementary school students has been suspended this week because of three COVID-19 exposures affecting the district's transportation department.
San Francisco School Board Recall Petitions Certified; Collins, Lopez, Moliga Face Vote In FebruaryThree members of the San Francisco Board of Education will face a recall election early next year, after city officials announced the petitions have been certified.
San Francisco Youth Who Get COVID Vaccine Eligible For SFSU Scholarship DrawingSan Francisco residents aged 12 to 17 years old can enter a drawing for a full-ride scholarship at San Francisco State University if they've received a COVID-19 vaccine, officials said Monday.
Proposed I-880 Overpass, Street Extension in San Jose Draws NIMBY ResistanceA San Jose street project called the "Charcot Extension" has been on the books for decades and is now beginning to move forward. Neighbors say the area has changed and they’re putting up a fight.
Hayward Students, Parents Rally To Keep Open Schools On Proposed Closure ListAs the Hayward Unified School District looks to close several schools, citing a budget shortfall, parents and students held a rally Thursday as they are pushing back on the plans.
Dozens Of Mills College Employees Rally for Jobs, Union RecognitionEmployees at Mills College let administrators know this week that they want a union.
COVID: Bay Area Pediatricians Already Prepare As FDA Considers Authorizing Vaccine For Kids Ages 5-11Young children, ages 5 to 11, could get the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as next month if it gets authorization by the FDA, but pediatricians are already preparing.
Loma Prieta School District Reopens After COVID OutbreakA small school district in Los Gatos reopened its two schools Wednesday after closing late last week due to several COVID-19 cases being reported among students and staff.