2020 Back To School: Guide For Parents Struggling With Home Learning -- Balancing The Big Picture Back To School looks a lot different this year. Most students aren't going back to classrooms for a while. Instead, parents are getting their kids ready to start school from home. Here's Part 5 of our KPIX 5 Guide To Surviving Home Learning.
2020 Back To School: Guide For Parents Struggling With Home LearningBack To School looks a lot different this year. Most students aren't going back to classrooms for a while.
2020 Back To School: Guide For Parents Struggling With Home Learning -- Good, Bad, And Ugly of Advanced TechnologyBack To School looks a lot different this year. Most students aren't going back to classrooms for a while. Instead, parents are getting their kids ready to start school from home. Here's Part 4 of our KPIX 5 Guide To Surviving Home Learning.
2020 Back To School: Guide For Parents Struggling With Home Learning -- What To Do If You Don't Know The Answer Back To School looks a lot different this year. Most students aren't going back to classrooms for a while. Instead, parents are getting their kids ready to start school from home. Here's Part 3 of our KPIX 5 Guide To Surviving Home Learning.
Guide For Parents Struggling With Home Learning -- Supplementing The Loss Of A School EnvironmentBack To School looks a lot different this year. Most students aren't going back to classrooms for a while. Instead, parents are getting their kids ready to start school from home. Here's Part 2 of our KPIX 5 Guide To Surviving Home Learning.
State Releases Guidance on Elementary School Waivers, Youth SportsAs some students returned to distance learning Monday, the state released new guidance for youth sports and the process for elementary schools to resume in-person learning.
Oakland Teachers Spar With District Over Back-to-School PlansCalling out the superintendent of schools directly, the president of the Oakland Education Association says that, after three weeks of negotiations, there’s no distance-learning plan or any agreement on what’s expected from teachers.
Staffer's Positive COVID-19 Test Forces Weekend Closure at Oakland Summer CampA youth summer camp run by the city of Oakland was shut down on Friday after a staff member tested positive for the coronavirus.
More Than 80 Santa Clara County Schools Seek State Permission To ReopenThere’s renewed talk of elementary schools -- even in counties on the state watchlist -- reopening but the process in the Bay Area as it currently stands, varies widely.
Pandemic Plan: UCSF Task Force Researches Safe Back-to-School StrategyGov. Newsom laid out new rules Friday that likely ensure most Bay Area schools will start with at-home, online instruction come fall. A UCSF task force has been gathering data from other countries that have successfully figured out what works and what doesn’t.
Park Elementary School In Hayward Resumes Classes With Curbside Meet-And-GreetPark Elementary is one of four schools in Hayward that resumed classes Thursday. The district admits this is a work in progress. And no, it's nothing like getting back to normal.
Debate Over Emotional, Educational Toll Of Distance Learning Heats Up With Back-To-School Weeks AwayThe debate over whether distance learning is the right answer to start off the new academic year in San Francisco, many parts of the Bay Area, and across the country is only intensifying with back-to-school just around the corner.
SFUSD Superintendent Announces School Year To Begin With Distance LearningThe superintendent of the San Francisco Unified School District announced Wednesday that students will begin the upcoming school year with distance learning.
San Ramon Valley Unified Facing Difficult Choices For A Safe COVID-19 Back-To-School PlanSan Ramon Valley Unified's school board was grappling with whether to continue remote learning, send kids back to campus 5 days a week, or create a hybrid system split between in-class and at-home learning.
San Francisco Allows Swim Team To Practice Despite COVID-19 Health Order Banning Pool UseSwimming pools across the Bay Area closed at the start of the pandemic and remain closed in San Francisco, in an effort to to contain the spread of COVID-19. But KPIX5 discovered the city allowed one pool to be open, despite its own health directive that banned pool use.