Two Balers and one HDLA student set up outdoor classroom in front of campus office.
Series of evening classes aims to support parents and students as they work through the challenges of distance learning and prepare for a return to school.
State strategy focuses on ensuring implementation and building confidence by bringing back the youngest children (TK-2) and those who are most vulnerable first, then phasing in other grade levels through the spring.
Plan would require willingness of students and teachers to return to in-person instruction.
Superintendent states the student had not been at school since Dec. 10.
Trustees will again consider reopening in a January meeting, taking into account positive test rates, new case rates and vaccination availability.
Some HSD instructors say they’d rather continue with remote instruction.
Fourth graders learn about the crafts and skills of 19th-century California.
Mothers share how distance learning has impacted their children.
Hollister Elementary School Teachers Association President Angela Hagins writes that HSD teachers support the decision to remain on distance learning despite all of the frustrations it brings.
Despite feeling bored and distracted, they would rather stay home for classes than attend in person.
First day of instruction is Aug. 17.
Excel Beyond the Bell offers lifeline to working parents seeking help with childcare.
District providing 3,500 laptops and over 1,000 hotspots for internet access.
Board has final authority over switching to hybrid or full in-person instruction if San Benito County is removed from the state’s COVID-19 monitoring list.