The recent announcement that Las Virgenes and Oak Park schools will begin the year with online-only learning—and the decision by the California Interscholastic Federation to delay high school athletics until at least December—has made for some unwelcome news, to say the least.
The move shouldn’t come as a surprise given the rise in COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles and Ventura counties. Both are among more than 30 of the state’s 58 counties on the governor’s watch list for not meeting the safety ...
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