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Berkeley school news — in brief.
BUSD will pair in-person classes with distance learning for K-12 students beginning in August — if, and only if, county and local shelter-in-place guidelines move to the next phase of reopening.
The owner is troubled by the rise of alcohol sales during the pandemic, and hopes to offer healthy, local foods instead.
Several roads and parking lots commonly used as viewpoints will be closed this year, UC Police reported.
Loud pops, cracks and fireworks in recent weeks have prompted hundreds of posts on social media, passionate threads on neighborhood forums and, perhaps inevitably, conspiracy theories.
A march organized by Berkeley High students began at Ashby BART and ended at Codornices Park.
Appel is stepping down, partly, she says, to focus on healing after a car crash in January 2019 that left her and her wife in critical condition.
Shayla Avery, 16, Ultraviolet Schneider-Dwyer, 17, and Hadassah Zenor-Davis, 16 — all new to organizing —orchestrated one of the largest protests in the city so far.
Neighbors have rallied in support and posted signs of affirmation that say “Black Climbers Matter.”
The university will offer optional in-person classes for smaller discussion sections for large lectures and other activities.
Police said the man was able to narrowly avoid being hit by the train due to his “quick actions.”
Board member Ka’Dijah Brown emphasized that renaming of the schools is only a small step in the district’s work to address systemic racism.
About 2 miles of Berkeley streets will be barricaded off on one side to slow traffic and encourage walking and bicycling.
The market temporarily closed to test the diagnosed employee’s team members, and reopened Wednesday.
The U.S. has never created a federal body to address the impact of slavery, and systemic racism in black communities.