Record Number Of Oakland Students Seek Higher-Ed Scholarships Despite COVID-19More students than ever applied for college and career education scholarships this year through Oakland Promise, which offers money and help to the city's young learners, according to program officials.
'Feels Great!' Oakland Student Athletes Back On The Field For First Time Since PandemicStudent athletes who have been stuck on Zoom all day long are finally getting a chance to release some of their pandemic anxieties, four days a week for an hour a day on the football field at Castlemont High.
COVID: Parents, Board Members Meet To Plan Safely Reopening Oakland SchoolsOakland school board members held a virtual meeting with parents on Monday night to ask for their input on how to get students back to campus safely once full in-person learning is reinstated.
COVID Schools: Los Gatos Elementary Students Return To Class For In-Person LearningA South Bay school district at the center of a vaccine controversy on Monday began welcoming elementary school kids back into the classroom to resume in-person learning.
Inspiring Sister And Brother Music Duo Use Their Talents To Uplift OthersCleo and Neo Guererro from San Francisco are using their musical talents to serve others.
COVID Schools: Dozens Of Livermore Parents Rally To Get Kids Off Zoom And Back In ClassMany Bay Area parents and children have grown frustrated with distance-learning during the pandemic and even now some doctors have concerns about keeping kids home for so long.
Students Rising Above Creates Online Forum With Social Justice FocusWith the COVID-19 pandemic keeping most students isolated from their social support systems, many now need a creative and constructive way to express their feelings about current events.
COVID Reopening: San Jose Unified Plans On Return To In-Person Learning In Early JanuaryOfficials with the San Jose Unified School District on Monday announced that students will have the option to return to schools for in-person learning starting in early January.
San Francisco Approves Creation Of K-12 Black Studies Curriculum By 2022/23The history, culture and contributions of African Americans will be taught to every K-12 student in San Francisco public schools by 2022-2023, according to a resolution passed Tuesday.
Parents Question Plan For In-Person Classes In Open Letter To Palo Alto School DistrictIn advance of Tuesday’s vote by the Palo Alto Unified School District to resume in-person classes, district leaders have received an open letter signed by hundreds of parents, and also the results of a new parent-led survey.
San Francisco Schools To Begin First Round Of In-Person Classes At 'Community Hubs'San Francisco is forging ahead with school reopening plans, with thousands of students set to attend in-person classes at “community hubs” at 40 sites citywide, beginning Monday, September 14.