All district employees regardless of their current work assignment will need to provide proof of vaccination by Jan. 3, and students will need to show proof by Jan. 22 to be allowed on campus.
The $300 vouchers would go to students who get vaccinated between Aug. 2 and Aug. 30.
Long Beach Unified, the city’s largest employer, stopped short of requiring vaccinations Wednesday, but the superintendent strongly encouraged teachers and students to get the vaccine.
LBCC alleges that trustee Sunny Zia has “repeatedly refused to recuse herself” from four closed sessions regarding an outside investigation into alleged misconduct by Zia and former LBCC President Reagan Romali.
LBCC estimates that roughly 10% of its students experience homelessness or housing insecurity, and many of those students are facing additional struggles in the pandemic.
The number of low income students at Long Beach City College has dropped by 10% this semester.
Herlinda Chico, who works as a field deputy for Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn; Dick Gaylord, a Belmont Shore-based realtor; and Lee Loveridge, a community college professor at Pierce College in Los Angeles are all vying to replace Otto, who has held the Area 4 seat since 2004.
From cultivation to retail, the eight-week class will cover all sectors of the industry, with sessions taught by local business owners.
Students enrolled in online programs must either leave the country or take other measures like transferring to a school with in-person instruction “to remain in lawful status.”
The classes cover the global logistics and supply chain industries; these classes generally require more education than a high school diploma, but less than a college degree.