Teachers Rally Against Compton Unified School Reopening ProposalOpponents of the plan to bring back limited in-person learning say the district has not yet made safety plans clear to help prevent the transmission of coronavirus.
Parents, Teachers Concerned About Return To In-Person Learning For One OC School DistrictNMUSD said in a statement that the district is implementing several layers of health and safety procedures to keep faculty, staff and students safe.
Parents, Teachers Call For Delay In Reopening Newport-Mesa Unified SchoolsA protest at Newport-Mesa Unified School District’s headquarters in Costa Mesa called for the school officials to delay reopening until the necessary safety precautions are put into place.
Newport-Mesa School Board Walks Back '4x4' DecisionThe board announced that the model would only be implemented at one school in the district, Estancia High School.
Students, Parents, Teachers Petition Against OC School District's '4x4' Class ScheduleStudents, parents and teachers in the Newport-Mesa Unified School District are speaking out against the implementation of a new schedule that would have students completing what is typically a year's worth of classes in a single semester.
'Let Us Walk': Newport-Mesa Seniors Urge School Board To Allow In-Person Graduation CeremonyOrange County seniors from Newport-Mesa Unified School District mobilized in front of district headquarters Tuesday, holding signs that read "Let Us Walk."
Armed Guards At OC Elementary Schools? District Officials Weigh ProposalSchool officials in Orange County were considering a proposal Friday to use armed guards to bolster security at local elementary schools.
Newport-Mesa Trustees Fire Superintendent Convicted Of Misappropriating Public FundsAn Orange County school district's trustees have decided to fire a superintendent convicted of misappropriating public funds while he headed the Beverly Hills Unified School District.
Former Beverly Hills Superintendent Convicted Of Misappropriation Of Public FundsA former Beverly Hills school superintendent has been convicted of giving a former female employee more than $20,000 in gifts and increasing her car allowance without board approval.