State Health Officials: Keep COVID-19 Masks To Your Back-To-School Shopping ListAs San Francisco Bay Area schools are finalizing plans for their first mass reopening since March 2020, state health officials say students will still be required to wear masks when they return to campuses for the 2021-2022 academic year.
No Return Date Yet For San Francisco Schools; District, Unions Still Far ApartAs the one-year mark approaches since the last time San Francisco public school children were in class, it appears the school district and the teachers union are not any closer to agreeing on a plan to open up classrooms.
Newsom GOP Challenger Faulconer Brings Longshot Bid For Governor To San FranciscoAmid the furor over the San Francisco School Board's handling of the pandemic, and several non-pandemic related controversies, the man hoping to unseat California Governor Gavin Newsom made a stop in the city Wednesday.
San Francisco Unified: Tentative Deal Reached On Reopening Schools; No Date SetSan Francisco appears to be a step closer to reopening the city’s public schools for in-class instruction.
COVID Reopening: San Francisco Seeks Emergency Order To Reopen Public SchoolsSan Francisco is seeking an emergency court order against the city's school district in order to compel the distict to reopen public schools.
COVID Reopening: Mt. Diablo School District Board Votes To Send Students Back To ClassOne of the largest school districts in California, the Mount Diablo Unified School District, has voted to send students back to classrooms.
Alameda Schools Begin Push To Test Everyone For COVID, Starting With 'Unsung Heroes'Schools in Alameda are looking to reopen elementary schools in a little more than a month from now with a COVID testing program that will test everyone in the district. But teachers and students will not be the first to get tested.
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.