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Take 5 for Schools: Five Essential Steps for Safe School Openings This Fall

This event occurred on August 26, 2021 3:01 PM EDT, but is available to view on-demand.
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Faced with the highly transmissible Delta variant, school districts across the country are grappling with the biggest challenge of the pandemic to date. With schools reopening every day and education leaders reassessing their opening plans, an effective model to safeguard students and staff from SARS-CoV-2 and its variants exists.

Join Healthy Davis Together, an innovative pandemic response initiative established by the University of California Davis and the City of Davis, and their partners from Davis Joint Unified School District (DJUSD) and Yolo County Schools to hear lessons learned over the last year and learn about the top five essential steps that school and district leaders should implement for safe school openings.

Speakers
Matt Best
Interim Superintendent Davis Joint Unified School District
Laura Juanitas
Associate Superintendent Davis Joint Unified School District
Garth Lewis
Superintendent of Schools Yolo County
Mira Susa
Director of Education Management Healthy Davis Together
Dr. Aimee Sisson
Public Health Officer Yolo County
Moderator
Holly Kurtz is the director of the EdWeek Research Center.

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