Long Beach Unified School District teachers have gone from fearing layoffs to reaching a tentative agreement this week for raises.
Twitter, Instagram and Facebook were flooded with happy images of some of the 14,000 students who returned to campus.
Because of scheduling issues, many students who tested positive were also told they can’t attend class via Zoom and that they would have to work on their own for the duration of the isolation period.
“We’re so close, but we can’t relax until we make it across the finish line,” one teacher said. “There’s an element of cross our fingers and hope for the best.”
According to an LBUSD survey, most high school students will keep learning from home when campuses reopen this semester.
The Jackrabbits had two third-prize winners and seven honorable mention winners.
If, as expected, the district does go forward with the sale, the sales are likely to provide a significant cash infusion as well as restructuring the way the district’s administration operations are physically laid out.
The threat of a pandemic-caused recession brought up fears that drastic cuts would be needed.
Saturday marks one year since the LBUSD closed its campuses due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, reopening them is imminent.
Las escuelas primarias de Long Beach con más estudiantes de bajos ingresos y más estudiantes no blancos tienen menos niños que regresan a clases.