Ukiah schools plan Dec. 7 reopening — Fort Bragg punts — Potter Valley will return first — Willits undecided — Round Valley eager to start in-person — all districts fret COVID could nix any plan

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6 thoughts on “Ukiah schools plan Dec. 7 reopening — Fort Bragg punts — Potter Valley will return first — Willits undecided — Round Valley eager to start in-person — all districts fret COVID could nix any plan

  1. Aren’t there new School Board members and Trustees being sworn in soon? Also aren’t the CDC guidelines being used, based off loser Donald Trumps’ idea of a “plan”? Just a bunch of back and forth for absolutely no reason. Schools will be reshut mid-Dec no doubt about it. Anyone want to place a bet? Wasting teachers and students and parents time with new bs every week.

    • As districts reopen to small cohorts, MB 20-18 requires MCOE’s co-located state preschools to reopen to small cohorts. There are 16 sites around our county, run in collaboration with nine different school districts. It’s a bit disappointing that there is no coverage on state preschools, which provide the foundation for both students’ education and for family engagement with schools.

  2. As districts reopen to small cohorts, MB 20-18 requires MCOE’s co-located state preschools to reopen to small cohorts. There are 16 sites around our county, run in collaboration with nine different school districts. It’s a bit disappointing that there is no coverage on state preschools, which provide the foundation for both students’ education and for family engagement with schools.

  3. There is a HUGE difference between a high school kid being at school for four hours and being at a paying job, especially when they are risking themselves in positions at essential workers at grocery stores, etc. Especially for those teens who are in families HURTING for income, with parents laid off, or broken homes with only one parent, or those who don’t even have parents.
    As a teenager who was kicked out of my mother’s house at the age of fifteen, not having a job would have meant I couldn’t support my own needs and I could be dead right now. And don’t kid yourself that there’s not even MORE kids in that position during this pandemic than there was twenty years ago when I went through my nightmare.

  4. Hahahahhahahha! Told you it was a waste of everyones time. Do the trustees and board members get paid to sit around and zoom and waste everyones time?

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