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New California Policy Says Kids with Special Needs Can Return to Schools

SACRAMENTO — More California children with specialized needs, such as students with disabilities or those who are homeless, will be allowed back in classrooms even as most schools remain shut for in-person learning under new state guidance released Tuesday. Groups of Up to 14 Students Allowed Schools in most counties...

Judge Rules Immanuel Schools Can Stay Open for Now

Fresno County Superior Court Judge D. Tyler Tharpe denied a temporary restraining order Tuesday afternoon sought by county health officials that would have closed Immanuel Schools in Reedley. The private K-12 private Christian school opened Aug. 13 with in-class instruction, defying state and local health orders stemming from the coronavirus pandemic....

New Normal for Schools: No More Perfect Attendance Awards

No more perfect attendance awards. Keep students 6 feet apart in classrooms as well as on buses. Wear cloth face masks. And, be aware that there could be another round of school closures ahead. Until the threat of the coronavirus pandemic lifts, this may be the new normal for public...

Clovis Unified Trustees Vote To Keep Schools Closed through May 22

Clovis Unified School District trustees voted unanimously Wednesday night to keep schools closed through May 22 because of the COVID-19 pandemic and to maintain distance learning until then. The May 22 date was a revision of an initial recommendation to keep schools closed through June 5, the end of the...

Central Unified Trustees Consider School Closures Through May 1

Central Unified School District trustees will consider extending the closure of schools through May 1 because of the COVID-19 outbreak. The board will hold a special meeting Thursday by teleconference, with the open session starting at 7 p.m. Board members will appear in a Zoom video teleconference broadcast on the district's...

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