This article is part three of a three-part series sharing OUSD administrator and teacher perspectives to the start of in-person learning, including many lessons learned during 18 months of distance learning during COVID. (Read parts[Read more]
from kindergarten through high school, share their experiences and perceptions, from classroom to Zoom and back again.
What back-to-school has been like so far this semester
Fabulously multi-colored and splashed with scenes from across Oakland, Stephen and Ayesha Curry’s new BUS catered to every taste when it rolled out at the East Oakland Youth Development Center earlier this month. Some 60[Read more]
The OUSD School Board passed a resolution requiring that students ages 12 and up receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Currently, to be fully vaccinated would be two doses of the Pfizer vaccine for that age group.[Read more]
School starts next week, and the district has shared its plans for both COVID safety and supporting the mental well-being of students. In a recorded webinar, OUSD staff members share the overall plans and what[Read more]
Under updated guidelines from the state, California school children starting school this fall will need to wear masks when indoors, regardless of vaccination status. Currently, vaccines are available to those 12 and older; many school[Read more]
Oakland Voices correspondent Debora Gordon chats with 9 Restorative Justice leaders in OUSD.
Everyone 16 and Older Eligible for COVID Vaccine Everyone who is 16 years and older is now eligible to receive a COVID vaccine in Alameda County. Modern and Johnson & Johnson vaccines (which are currently[Read more]
Oakland has 25,870 COVID-19 cases. Alameda County has had 82,243 cases and 1,399 deaths. Vaccine updates in Oakland To date, 808,611 vaccine doses have been administered, including 508,109 first doses and 309,878 full vaccinated. In[Read more]