UC Berkeley Announces All Spring 2022 Classes Will Be In-Person Regardless of SizeThe University of California, Berkeley announced Monday that in-person classes would be the default mode of instruction for all class sizes beginning in 2022.
West CoCo Unified Bringing Students Back To Classrooms In The FallWhen school starts up in the fall, the West Contra Costa Unified School District plans to return to 100% in-person instruction, district officials said Monday.
COVID Schools: UC Berkeley To Start In-Person Fall 2021 Classes On Time; Urge Students To Get VaccinatedThe University of California at Berkeley announced that in-person classes for the Fall 2021 semester will start on time, urging students, staff and faculty to be fully vaccinated before then.
COVID Reopenings: Santa Clara County Schools Set For April Return To ClassroomsAs the pace of school reopenings across the Bay Area remains uneven and maddening for many parents, the Santa Clara Unified School District launched a phased reopening plan in which all grades will return to campus for in-person learning over the next two weeks.
COVID: Pleasanton School District Welcomes All Levels Of Students Back to ClassroomsBay Area schools are eagerly pushing ahead with COVID reopening plans Thursday, with the Pleasanton Unified School District becoming the first in Alameda County to have all grade levels back in classrooms.
Pleasanton School District To Become 1st In Alameda County To Reopen Middle, High SchoolsPublic schools in Pleasanton on Thursday will become the first in Alameda County to open middle and high schools for in-person instruction.
Contra Costa Health Officials To Accept In-Person Education Waiver ApplicationsStarting Wednesday, public and private elementary schools in Contra Costa County can submit applications to allow in-person teaching on their campuses by obtaining a public health waiver from Contra Costa Health Services, the county announced Tuesday.
Marin County Starts State Waiver Process For In-Class InstructionsMarin County will start accepting waiver applications Friday for elementary schools looking to reopen for in-person learning, even as many teachers continue to resist the idea.