Schools Take Lead Role In Promoting Vaccines For YoungstersWith the approval of the COVID-19 vaccine for younger children, many elementary schools around the U.S. are preparing to offer the shots, which educators see as key to keeping students learning in person and making the classroom experience closer to what it once was.
UC Davis Students Open Townhouse For Their Peers Experiencing HomelessnessA group of UC Davis students started a townhouse near campus for students struggling financially or experiencing homelessness. The non-profit is funded through university grants and donations, allowing residents to live in the six-bedroom townhouse for free.
Identity Thieves Targeting K-12 Schools At An Alarming RateCybercriminals are targeting schools at an alarming rate, putting kids at risk of identity theft. And their parents may never know.
Deadline Looms For Students Who Want To Cancel Bad Grades Caused By PandemicIt's no secret that students struggled with distance learning. And a new law was intended to ensure last year's grades don’t impact kids' academic future.
Opinions Mixed About Rapid COVID Tests Required For Student-AthletesHundreds of Modesto students were tested for COVID on Monday so they could return to the playing field.
Vacaville Students Welcomed Back For In-Person Learning After Over A YearIt’s a sight for sore eyes and music to the ears of middle and high school students in the Vacaville Unified School District.
California Law Puts Suicide Hotline Number On School ID CardsCalifornia high school and middle school students will have some lifesaving information at their fingertips as they go back to school this year.
Fair Oaks Elementary School Shut Down After More Than 100 Students Contract NorovirusCleaning Crews disinfected Harry Dewey Fundamental School after a more than 100 students contracted the Norovirus in the past two weeks.
Homeless Students May Be Allowed To Sleep In Cars Overnight At California Community CollegesCalifornia Community Colleges may need to start providing special parking for homeless students who live in their cars.
Teacher Says He Was Suspended For Serving Pancakes During State TestA middle school teacher in Pennsylvania is reportedly heading back to work just days after he was suspended for serving his students pancakes during a state exam.
Sacramento Schools On Brink Of Potential StrikeThe last strike in the Sacramento City Unified School District was in 1989.
School Wouldn't Start Until At Least 8:30 A.M. Under California BillThe California Senate passed a bill that would delay public middle and high schools to start times. The bill is aimed at getting teens to sleep more and perform better.
150 Students Suspended In Dress Code CrackdownA one-day sweep in which over 150 high school students were suspended for dress code violations is bringing new criticism to a Connecticut district of predominantly Hispanic and black students that was already under scrutiny for having low numbers of minority teachers.
B2Skool Teacher ShopOur friends at the Premium Outlets wanted to honor amazing educators and students with a back-to-school shopping spree and we tagged along for the shopping!
Sacramento City Unified School District Votes To Close 7 SchoolsThe Sacramento City Unified School District has decided to close seven schools at the end of this school year.