As Schools Work To Reopen, State Launches 'Safe Schools For All' HubLast month, the state published data that visually displayed the divide between schools that have returned to in-person learning and those that have not.
'Definitely A Lack Of Motivation': Folsom High Students Rally For Return To ClassroomsStudents at Folsom High School held a rally Thursday to demand a return to in-person instruction – and they may not be that far away.
Stockton Teen Works With Animal Shelter To Start Community Service Fostering Program For High SchoolersWith plenty of high school students looking for community service hours and plenty of kittens needing care, Olivia Mock wanted to make a fostering program to serve both needs.
'It's The First Step': Sacramento County Teachers Excited For Ability To Start Receiving COVID-19 Vaccine This WeekTeachers in Sacramento County will be able to get vaccinated for COVID-19 on Tuesday.
Students Rally At Capitol To Let Youth Sports Resume: 'All We Want To Do Is Play'There's a growing call to let students get back to playing sports in California.
Vacaville Students Protest In High School Parking Lot To Return To CampusStudents gathered outside Vacaville High School Wednesday in protest of distance learning, arguing they should be in the classroom.
'Reopen Schools' Rally Held In DavisDozens of parents and students on Saturday held a rally to reopen Davis schools.
Newsom Wants Students Back In Class As Soon As PossibleGov. Gavin Newsom wants teacher unions to agree on a plan to get students back in class as soon as possible, or tell families it won't happen at all this year.
Parents, Athletes, Coaches Calling On State To Bring Back Youth SportsApproximately 100 people gathered at the Sunrise Mall Friday afternoon, calling for Gov. Gavin Newsom to bring back youth sports.
State Aims to Get Students Back to Class By February, Parents & Teachers ReactThe clock is ticking towards the end of winter break. In a matter of days, students return to their classrooms - whether virtually or physically - for the start of the second half of the school year.
Students Document History In Unique 2020-2021 School YearbookIn a school year as unique as this one, with distance learning and no school activities on campus, how do students fill a yearbook?
Natomas Unified To Provide Shelter For 25 Families Facing HomelessnessThe Natomas Unified School District is working to find shelter for two dozen families on the verge of homelessness.
Amador County Unified Adjusts Grading Scale Due To PandemicA local school district is changing its grading scale to help some students make the grade.
Two Placer County Districts Plan To Bring Students On Campus 5 Days A WeekAs many districts make the move to return to learning from home, two Placer County districts voted to soon be on campus five days a week.
Lodi Teacher Gets Creative To Keep Students Happy While Distancing Learning During The HolidaysA Lodi teacher is going above and beyond to make distance learning during the holidays special for her students.