A parent claims the school breached student confidentiality and did not follow district COVID policy.
10,145 people tested positive, 394 are active patients, 9,662 have recovered and 89 have died.
The Hollister School District this week distributed nearly 3,700 KN95 masks to staff members as an additional safety measure during the current surge in COVID-19 cases. Additional masks are on the way for staff and students as well.
Most COVID testing is free to the public and there are several legitimate sites in the county.
Board of Trustees takes action to deal with teacher shortages and expand communication with parents.
You can still test with an appointment and other local testing locations are available.
Budget intends to address COVID-19, climate change, homelessness, inequality and keep streets safe.
9,163 people tested positive, 388 are active patients, 8,688 have recovered and 87 have died.
District makes adjustments as it faces unknowns regarding student positivity rate and availability of substitute teachers.
The requirement is through Feb. 15, 2022.
Funds are expected to run out by Jan. 7.
Clinics are every Monday and Wednesday in January and February.
Each kit provides two tests to children returning from winter break.
The rapid test kits are available for district families or staff Jan. 3 at the district office, Calaveras/AAA and R.O. Hardin.
Three public agencies set to meet.
8,371 people tested positive, 379 are active patients, 7,909 have recovered and 83 have died.
Legislation focuses on housing, health, safety and cultural recognition.
SBC Health Officer says vaccinations and booster are critical to fight the more contagious strain of COVID.