With more young people back playing sports and in schools KPIX asked some experts: what's the risk of spreading COVID-19? Elizabeth Cook reports. (4-8-21)

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Youth and COVID: Experts, Educators Evaluate Virus' Risk for Student AthleticsWith more young people back playing sports and in schools KPIX asked some experts: what's the risk of spreading COVID-19? Elizabeth Cook reports. (4-8-21)
San Francisco School Board Discusses Rescinding Controversial School Renaming PlanAndria Borba reports on SF School Board meeting that will likely rescind problematic plan to rename schools in San Francisco.
Parents, Students Protest Continuing Fremont Schools ClosureFremont parents are extremely disappointed that schools will stay closed. Andria Borba reports. (4-1-21)
Reopening Setback for Oakland Elementary SchoolsOakland Unified's youngest students had hoped to take advantage of an early reopening next week but for most that won't happen until April 19. Andria Borba reports. (3-26-21)
Mount Diablo High School Players, Cheer Team Open Virus-Delayed Season at HomeMount Diablo High School in Concord opened its football season at home Friday but many on the team wondered if this night would ever come. Andrea Nakano reports. (3-19-21)
Families, Teachers at Bay Area Rallies Call for Schools to ReopenIt has been a year since Bay Area classrooms closed and Saturday teachers, parents and students rallied on both sides of the bay to get those campuses back open. Wilson Walker reports. (3-13-21)
Friday Night Lights Shine Over Bay Area With Return of High School FootballMarch is typically not the time of year for football but the Friday night lights are back on as schools in the Bay Area try to salvage some sort of season. Andrea Nakano reports. (3-12-21)
East Bay School District Partners With Conscious Kitchen to Provide Organic Meals to KidsThe West Contra Costa Unified School District is working better together with non-profit Conscious Kitchen in a first-of-its-kind program that could be a model for the state and nation. Sharon Chin reports. (3-6-21)
Marin County Focuses on Restarting Schools With Teacher Vaccination 'Super Pods'The Marin Civic Center was one of four so-called “super pods” that the county is setting up to inoculate all school workers by the end of spring break. John Ramos reports. (3-6-21)
Dozens of San Francisco Schools Set to Reopen in AprilAfter months of debate, the San Francisco school district reached a deal with teachers to get kids back in the classroom. Half of the elementary schools that are part of the district's "first wave" will open in April. Wilson Walker reports. (3-6-21)
East Bay School District Set to Reopen Faces Teacher ResistanceMount Diablo Unified schools could open in just three weeks but, as Andria Borba reports, teachers unions are pushing back. (3-5-21)
San Jose School District Secures Vaccine for Entire WorkforceThe San José Unified School District announced Thursday it had secured 4,000 COVID-19 vaccination opportunities, enough to cover its entire workforce. Maria Medina reports. (3-4-21)
Pandemic Commute Times Expected to Lengthen With School ReopeningsCommutes are still quicker now than they were before the pandemic but, as Wilson walker reports, the lengthy commute could return once kids are back in school. (3-4-21)
California Indoor Youth Sports Cleared to Resume Following SettlementAdvocacy group "Let Them Play" announced Thursday that it reached a deal with the state to allow all indoor youth sports to resume. Vern Glenn reports. (3-4-21)
Hayward Teacher Hopes to Inspire New Generation of EducatorsVern Glenn profiles Giavanni Coleman who works hard to make teaching look easy in hopes her students -- particularly those of color -- will be drawn to the profession she loves. (2-26-21)
High School Girl Sues San Mateo County, State of California to Allow Indoor Youth SportsThe family of a Redwood City high school girl volleyball player is suing San Mateo County and the state of California demanding changes in COVID-19 restrictions to let the girls play. Katie Nielsen reports. (2-26-21)
Oakley School Board Interim Trustees Vote to Fill Vacant Seats; Reject Special ElectionThere is now a plan in place to fill the vacant seats on the Oakley Union Elementary School District board, with interim trustees unanimously voting Thursday night to appoint community members to the vacant seats. Andrea Nakano reports. (2-25-21)
Oakley School Board Resignations Likely to Slow Classroom Reopening PlanFor Oakley parents expecting their school board shakeup to speed reopenings, things may not move as fast as they hoped. Wilson Walker reports. (2-25-21)
San Jose Mayor, Parents Clamor for School-Reopening SpeedupSan Jose mayor Sam Liccardo joined parents demanding that plans to reopen schools be sped up. So far there is no firm timeline to reopen schools in San Jose or Santa Clara County. Devin Fehely reports. (2-25-21)
Elementary School Students Excited To Return To In-Class Learning In San CarlosKiet Do reports on the San Carlos Unified School District reopening schools for transitional kindergarten and first-grade students (2-22-2021)
Effort To Recall San Francisco School Board President, Board Members Gains MomentumEmily Turner reports on petition to recall the president of the San Francisco school board and two additional members getting 1,200 signatures (2-22-2021)
Oakley School Board Resignations Spotlight Rift Between Educators, Parents Over ReopeningWhat happened in Oakley this week is now part of a statewide fight over reopening schools. Wilson Walker reports. (2-20-21)
East Bay Vaccination Sites Expand Focus Toward Education WorkersThe vaccination clinic at the Alameda County Office of Education in Hayward was held specifically for employees who either work on campuses now or will be on campus when in-person learning resumes. John Ramos reports. (2-20-21)
Newsom to Increase Vaccination for Teachers But Says They Can Teach Without ItGov. Newsom insists that teachers don't need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to get back into classroom but he plans to allocate 10 percent of all new doses to educators beginning March 1. Andria Borba reports. (2-19-21)

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