It’s hard to believe, but the school year is about to start up again, and the Brentwood Union School District is ready. Obviously,school is going to look a lot different this year.
The school year at Brentwood will start back up in three weeks, and the school board wants everyone, students and teachers, to stay safe. So, Brentwood Union will be all distance learning, so there will be no campus classes. That’s how classes were held during the final semester as the pandemic began.
Brentwood Union has 9,500 students, and 1,000 staff members.
On the other hand, Marin County schools will open in August with some districts using a combination of classroom and distance learning. Many other Bay Area districts will also use a combination.
Jack Kulp and Carolyn McArdle talked about it on the air! Listen below...