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Earlier this evening, the Castro Valley Unified School District board of education unanimously approved a motion to delay any decision or consideration to reopen schools to their first meeting in January.
During the meeting, Superintendent Pavin Ahmadi presented a status update on where the district is in regard to resuming in person education. Attached below are the slides presented to the board with updates on how distance education is coming along with information on the CVUSD safety plan needed to reopen schools.
Of the 20 plus who gave public comment, opinions were fairly split down the middle with parents supporting delaying the decision as precautions are set in place to assure safety to those in favor of students returning to campus for instruction.
The Castro Valley Teachers Association took a position against returning to in class education.
Per the Alameda County Health Department, as of October 13, elementary schools (transitional kindergarten-6th grade) that complete a COVID-19 health and safety reopening plan are permitted to open.
To review the entire CVUSD roadmap to reopening and safety plan –https://docs.google.com/…/1DOTCQUGx418…/edit