Berkeley’s community college has managed to retain students at relatively steady levels throughout the pandemic.
After the first days of K-6 surveillance testing, 523 students are on “modified quarantine” and 12 are quarantining at home.
A week and a half after the start of classes, the district is bracing for an uptick in COVID-19 case counts. About 16% of staff aren’t fully vaccinated. And remote learning enrollment, still very low, ticks upward.
Enrollment in Berkeley Unified’s remote learning programs is at 1%, down from 34% in the spring.
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Health professionals and Berkeley Unified counselors are bracing for a new wave of students needing mental health care when full-time, in-person school returns in the fall.
A letter has been sent to the district by a Southern California law firm that’s represented parent groups across the state in lawsuits over reopening.
Blunders did not delay the return to in-person instruction, but the district was less than forthcoming with Berkeleyside throughout the process.
On April 12, students in grades 3-5 went back five days per week and middle schoolers began hybrid learning.