SRA Scholar Applies To California Colleges To Stay Close To Family In San FranciscoLike many high school seniors, San Francisco student Samir Hooker is finishing his last year virtually, studying at home due to COVID-19, while applying to colleges.
COVID In Schools: San Rafael In-Person Learning Sees Zero Virus Transmission So FarSome schools in Marin County show a possible path to reopen in-person learning safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID: Treasure Island Restaurateur Leads Team Building Desks for At-Home SchoolkidsA restaurant owner on Treasure Island is leading an effort to help local students struggling with remote learning by giving them a locally-built study desk to call their own.
Fremont Officials Narrowly Vote To Remove Police From High SchoolsBy a narrow 3-2 vote, the Fremont Unified School District board voted early Friday to end their policy of having a police officer at each of the district’s six high schools.
San Jose's Franklin-McKinley School District To Continue Distance Learning Through June 2021The Franklin-McKinley School District, located in one of San Jose's COVID-19 hotspots, will continue distance learning until June 15, 2021.
COVID Testing: San Francisco Unified School District Plans Teacher Testing Program Ahead Of January ReopeningsAs San Francisco Unified School District prepares to reopen some of its schools starting in January for in-person learning, Superintendent Vincent Matthews announced Wednesday plans to provide COVID-19 testing for staff.
Parents, Students Pack Livermore School Board Meeting To Plead For Return To ClassroomsFrustration fumed from a Livermore School Board meeting Tuesday night as parents pleaded to get their kids back to school.
Parents, Teachers March to Protest Proposed East Bay School ClosuresWith enrollment dropping in the Newark Unified School District, the school board is looking to close two schools.
Berkeley Schools Get Green Light to Reopen Next WeekBerkeley middle and high schools have the option to reopen Monday if they have a plan and follow guidance to limit the spread of COVID-19, city officials said Thursday.