The Board and Association met for several hours yesterday regarding the readiness of the facilities for in-person learning. After hearing the Association’s concerns, the Board agreed upon a set of criteria whereby individual worksites would be assessed beginning on Wednesday. Employees in rooms where concerns persist will be relocated or classes will be moved to virtual learning temporarily while further room maintenance, repairs, and installations, in addition to the preparation work already undertaken, are performed. These criteria will be the standard going forward as additional grades and classes resume in-person instruction. As the assessment will occur throughout the day Wednesday and Thursday, those days will be virtual days. If a class is identified for temporary virtual learning, notice will be provided. Otherwise, the in-person schedule previously established will resume Monday and continue going forward. Additionally, the Board and the Association will continue to dialogue in order to address critical issues related to the health and safety of our employees and members.
Rocio Lopez, President
Shira Lincoln, Vice President
Phil McCormick, Secretary
Laurie Pham, Treasurer
Michelle Rhodes-Soriano, Member Communications