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MORAGA Although schools in MORAGA were set to reopen in hybrid model Monday, school board backtracked an 11-hour decision in an emergency meeting late Friday afternoon. MORAGA School District Superintendent Bruce Burns learnt Friday morning from the Contra Costa County public health department that the county would likely go from the current red tier to the stricter purple tier on Nov. 24 and no later than Dec. 1. As the country's number of coronavirus cases increases, restrictions County health department places shifts County from different colored tiers; purple is the most restrictive. The board had recently decided that if the County goes back to purple tier, it would trigger schools closing again. This would mean that if schools reopen Monday, and the County goes to purple tier next week, schools would only be open for a week. On Monday, only transitional kindergarten through second-graders would have been back to in-person learning; about 70 students at three of four campuses. Those families who wish to remain in distance learning could do so. About 28 % of elementary school parents have committed to staying in distance learning, according to the District. The Board ultimately decided to not reopen on Monday, with caveat that once the County went back to red tier, District would make quick moves to reopen as soon as possible. Under the original plan, other grades would have been phased back into in-person learning: third through fifth grades in December and sixth-through eighth-graders in January, after winter break. The District agreed to a hybrid model, where groups of children would attend in-person classes every other week. At least 21 people, mostly parents, spoke at the emergency board meeting Friday during public comment. Of those, about third do not want schools to reopen on Monday. The majority, however, say that their children were excited about returning to school on Monday, and some say that it was vital to their children's social-emotional well-being. Board members seem to be struggling with a decision on whether to stop Mondays reopening. Board member Jon Nickens said there was strong desire to reopen schools for in-person instruction, but acknowledged there was no benefit to turning around and closing again when County reached purple tier. We are in moment to come good to commitment we make, to pivot, even if it feel coming at 11 hour, said board President Heather Davis. To me, it seems like this is a place to pause. I do think weve do lot of prep, but I dont think any of that is in vain, she say.

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The public is invited to attend the Joint Town Council and SCHOOL Board Meeting on Tuesday, January 20, at 7: 00 PM in Joaquin Moraga Intermediate SCHOOL Library. Governing bodies WILL receive a Report on the work of the Joint Facilities Planning Subcommittee and provide direction on next steps for the Subcommittee to complete their scope of work. Thus far, Subcommittee has created existing facilities, discussed Joint-Use opportunities and identified potential strategies to improve and enhance Community recreational Facilities in the Town. Welcome BACK and Happy NEW Year! We hope Winter Break was filled with Family Time and joy of holiday spirit. The NEW Calendar Year brings an opportunity to revisit and set NEW personal resolutions. How about family resolution-To read-and to read as much non-fiction as fiction? Setting aside Time To Read, even twenty Minutes Night, provides quiet Family Time, NEW topics for discussion, and builds stronger family relationships. And there are numerous educational benefits. Reading increases SCHOOL readiness and builds vocabulary, language and literacy skills, while improving concentration, curiosity and memory. If children read for twenty minutes every day, they are exposed to about 1. 8 million words of text every year! Research shows that avid readers write better, are quicker to see subtleties, develop understanding of how other people think, and are more flexible in their thinking and more open to NEW ideas. The California Department of Education's recommended Literature List is an excellent resource for searching for books by grade level, discipline, author and illustrator. Other WEB Sites suggest books to match interests: whichbook, and YOURNEXTREAD. Following are highlights from December 9 2014 Governing Board Meeting:-NEW Governing Board members Heather o'donnell, Jon Nickens and Jim Obsitnik were sworn into office prior to the start of the Board Meeting. Parker Colvin, incumbent, was also swear IN.-Board approved 2015 Board Meeting Dates, Times and place for regular meetings and Review Annual Agenda topics.-THE Board approved initial proposal to negotiate a collective bargaining agreement from Moraga Teachers Association To Moraga SCHOOL District and initial proposal to negotiate a collective bargaining agreement from Moraga SCHOOL District To Moraga Teachers Association.-Board approve positive Certification that District WILL meet its financial obligations for current and two subsequent fiscal years. Prior to its approval, CBO Kathy Bell Review 1 Interim projection and operating Budget for 2014-15. This is the first Report of the Year and covers the period from July 1 2014 to October 31 2014. The Board was reminded that the State of California continues to Under fund Schools-AND state's current Funding Plan WILL restore Per Pupil Funding to 2007-2008 levels by 2020-2021.-Board selected two members, President Simon and Vice President Colvin to serve on the Joint Facility Committee. This Committee was established in October 2013 to provide recommendations on ways Moraga SCHOOL District, Town of Moraga, Campolindo High SCHOOL AND.

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