School members at Pasadena Metropolis School held a protest Thursday in opposition to returning to class in particular person on Monday, The Pasadena Star-Information reported.
Professors famous that many schools in Southern California are returning at later dates, resembling Cerritos School on March 7, Whittier School on Feb. 21 and California State College, Northridge, on Feb. 14.
“We’re right here to name for a secure return to work,” stated Mary-Ellen Criminal, vice chairman of the school union, the Pasadena Metropolis School School Affiliation. “We’re prepared to return, however we’re prepared to return when it’s secure for the school, for the scholars and, actually, for the entire neighborhood.”
As well as, she famous that many college students depend on public transportation to come back to campus.
School officers famous that they’ve taken many steps to advertise security from COVID-19. As an example, the faculty is limiting the variety of college students per class and programs supplied. “For the spring 2022 semester, which began Jan. 10, roughly 58 p.c of programs are supplied face-to-face; the rest are hybrid or online-only lessons,” stated a press launch.