What grade would you give that process thus far?
Meanwhile, some parents and teachers learned via a social network (Aug. 13), subsequently confirmed by LBUSD spokesperson Chris Eftychious (reported Aug. 14 by Valerie Osier on LBPost.com) that two LBUSD employees (jobs not decribed) at Millikan High School and one at Poly High, have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. The immediate effect is likely minimal; the campuses are closed with only skeleton staff around. But the way the facts came out produced social network dismay. What else might LBUSD management know about COVID-19 infections that they’re not telling us?
LB’s elected School Board members are supposed to be the public’s voice in this process. Thus far, we haven’t heard any of them dissent from LBUSD management on these matters. What grade would you give the School Board on these issues thus far? Use our Facebook page or Disqus comment system below.