Peninsula 360 Press / BCN
San Francisco. With some private and charter schools in San Francisco already authorized to reopen classes on a walk-in basis, the city's Department of Public Health has launched a new program to help San Francisco's public school system.
an interactive dashboard tool for parents and students to keep track of their children's progress.
The new dashboard will be updated daily at 9 a.m. in real time and will feature
information such as which schools have applied for reopening and whether they have been approved.
Although the San Francisco Unified School District has indicated that in-person instruction will probably not occur this semester, there are more than 80
religious, private and charter schools that have applied for an exemption.
Approvals for elementary schools are being phased in gradually. Then next month, some middle schools will also be able to reopen through the waiver process, and high schools are expected to follow sometime in November.
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