- School Board meeting Wednesday February 10th
- Vaccinate School Employees
- Superintendent’s Friday letter
Next School Board Meeting Wednesday February 10th
Find the agenda here, along with information about how to watch the live broadcast as well as how to submit public comments. Click here to see summaries of board action from prior meetings.
Vaccinate School Employees
The Contra Costa County School Boards Association sent a joint letter along with 14 school board presidents on Feb 1st with a collective call for the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors and Health Services Department to: (1) immediately ensure that all education workers in Contra Costa County school districts, particularly those reporting to work in-person, have priority access to COVID-19 vaccines and (2) provide clear and consistent communications about how education and childcare workers are to receive their vaccines.
People have been asking me if vaccines are a requirement for MDUSD school reopening, and the answer is no. Neither the district nor our teacher's union have said that vaccines should be at all connected to the metrics required to reopen our schools. However, I know that the many of our staff who have been on site this whole pandemic, and the teachers and staff that hope to soon join them will all feel much less fearful if they can get vaccinated soon. So I joined these groups in signing the letter and advocating for prioritizing vaccinations in our county for education workers.
Meanwhile, the OUSD superintendent shared this about how the Tier 1B is planned to work in next door Alameda County, where they have decided to vaccinate education employees at the same time as the 65+ population. Districts will provide each employee with a letter to hand the vaccinator that states which priority level they are in.
Superintendent's Friday letter
Click here to read Dr Clark’s February 5th letter including:
- Message on reopening
- Negotiations update
- National School counseling week - thank you Counselors!!
- MDUSD's Sean Donelan (Northgate) Wins 2020 Congressional App Challenge
- Black & African American History Month
- STEAM-4-Students by MDUSD Education Foundation
- Organizational Update
- County Science Fair judges needed
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