Over 150 families showed up at Civic Center Park Thursday. By 3:30 p.m., the clinic had distributed 114 doses and had nearly run out of vaccines for the day.
Twice as many Asians and Asian Americans in Berkeley have reported physical attacks during the pandemic, according to preliminary results of a new survey.
The district has allocated $3 million of $16 million in COVID relief money. The money is going toward individual schools, technology replacement, special education assessments and more.
The graduation will be split into several ceremonies held at Berkeley High’s stadium June 4-6.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Berkeley Public Schools Fund has given no-strings-attached payments to over 450 families.
A new national ranking puts UC Berkeley at the top of all public universities in the U.S.
Manuel, who revitalized the school’s volleyball program and turned its players into a family, died April 22.
Smaller classes and more electives are also in store, but the community remains divided on how best to address persistent disparities.
School resource officer program wins over committee but school board members still question if police are needed to keep schools safe.
Blunders did not delay the return to in-person instruction, but the district was less than forthcoming with Berkeleyside throughout the process.
This is BUSD’s first COVID-19 outbreak since the start of the pandemic. The city asked the district to pause tryouts for all sports but hybrid learning will continue as normal.
On April 12, students in grades 3-5 went back five days per week and middle schoolers began hybrid learning.
The organizers of a 300-strong rally held Friday in Oakland, three Berkeley High eleventh graders, think schools can do more to educate young people about Asian Americans.
Berkeley Unified and the teachers’ union reached an agreement Tuesday on a hybrid learning schedule.
What was back-to school-day like today? We followed three students and two teachers as many elementary students went back onto campuses after the long months of lockdown.
White families are opting for in-person instruction at higher rates than Black and Latinx families.