Santa Clara Co. Releases COVID-19 Back-To-School GuidelinesStudents are getting a preview of what back-to-school will be like next Fall during the coronavirus pandemic, thanks to newly-released guidelines from health officials in Santa Clara County.
SJSU Faculty Petition To Defund University Police Advocates Redirecting Funds To StudentsA petition to defund the San Jose State University police department picked up steam on social media Tuesday, collecting more than 200 signatures.
Parents Demand Answers After San Ramon Unified Asks For $600 Donation Per Student, Gives Itself RaiseSchool is out for summer but parents are already wondering what will happen to students in the Fall during the pandemic. One district facing a budget shortfall is already asking parents for money, and parents have concerns over how it will be spent.
Newly Converted Marin County Classrooms Show How Learning Will Adapt To COVID-19Some schools in Marin County are giving us a glimpse of what it will be like when students come back, after months of distance learning due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Berkeley Officials Warn Departing University Of California Students Over Stiff Fines For Illegal DumpingEven though the University of California-Berkeley campus has been largely empty since the March coronavirus shelter in place order ended in-person classes, many students have returned to move out of residences with the end of spring semester instruction on Friday.
High Schools Send Hundreds Of Personalized 'Congratulations' Signs To Class Of 2020 In AlamedaEven though there are no actual high school graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2020 in Alameda, people were still honoring these grads in a special way.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Unified School District Opts For 'Credit/No Credit' GradingOfficials with the San Francisco Unified School District late Wednesday announced the approach teachers will be taking as far as grading students for the remainder of the coronavirus-impacted school year.
Oakland Parents, Teachers Call On Mayor, District To Guarantee Internet Access For All StudentsA coalition of parents, community members and more than 340 teachers represented by the Oakland Education Association union called on Oakland Unified School District Superintendent Kyla Johnson-Trammell and Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf to guarantee internet access to all students in the district.
Bay Area High Schools, Seniors, Parents Considering Virtual Graduation For Class Of 2020Benicia High School hosted a cap and gown drive-thru for students on Monday to pick up their ensemble. It’s anything but traditional but no doubt one of the unique memories that only the class of 2020 will hold.
SF Dance Company Performs At Home To Raise Money For SFUSD Students, Families In NeedBay Area arts organizations have gone dark since the COVID-19 shelter in place, but their creativity is shining bright. World-renowned dance company Robert Moses Kin has created a powerful online performance from their homes, to help students and families in need during the shelter in place.
Stay Home Order Forces Bay Area High School Seniors To Commit To Colleges They Can't VisitHigh school seniors across the country are forced to make big life decisions when it comes to choosing a college to attend without ever leaving their homes, as universities cancel campus tours during the coronavirus pandemic.
Teachers, Students Embrace Technological Challenges As Coronavirus Sheltering Shifts Learning OnlineTeachers in a South San Jose school district have developed some creative strategies to bridge the technological divide as they scramble to shift from classroom to online learning.
Coronavirus Outbreak: South Bay High School Students Join Grassroots Effort To Create Medical Protective ShieldsWhile they have been forced out of the classroom by the coronavirus outbreak, a group of Monta Vista High School students have jumped in to join the grassroots effort to produce medical protective shields needed by hospital workers on the front line of battle against the virus.
Bay Area School Districts Offering Meals For Students During Coronavirus ShutdownSchool districts in across the Bay Area will continue offering meals for students during the coronavirus shutdown.
Coronavirus Update: San Leandro Providing Free Meals For All Children Under 18 During School ClosuresFree meals are being offered for all children under the age of 18, regardless of meal program eligibility or student status, while San Leandro public schools are closed.