Following months of distance learning, members of the San Leandro Unified School District and San Leandro Teachers Association announced Thursday they reached a tentative agreement allowing for hybrid instruction.
If the agreement is ratified by SLTA members, students of all grade levels in the district will be able to attend classes in-person for part of the school day beginning April 12. Children also have the option to continue distance learning.
About 9,067 students are enrolled in the district’s 12 schools.
A similar agreement was made this week by the Mt. Diablo Unified School District and, if approved, students could start hybrid learning on March 25 for pre-kindergarten through second grade, and March 29 for all grades.
The SLTA will vote whether to ratify the agreement next week and more details will be shared by each school’s administrators.
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