Oakland College Information: OUSD Board of Training Enforces Pupil Vaccination Efficient January 1, 2022 – Oakland Information Now

Oakland School News: OUSD Board of Education will enforce vaccination requirements for students from January 1, 2022

Oakland – During the Education Committee meeting on Wednesday evening October 27, Directors passed a board policy enforcing previously approved student vaccination requirements from January 1, 2022. At the meeting, the board considered three different options, which are listed as follows:

  1. As of January 1st, 2022, all students must be vaccinated to attend school in person (or participate in other personal school activities) unless exempted.
  2. As of January 1, 2022, all students must be vaccinated to participate in certain after-school activities such as sports, prom, running on stage at graduation, etc. Unvaccinated students can still attend classes in person.
  3. Student vaccination would be enforced at the start of the 2022-23 school year from August 2022 – just like the state requirement – and all students would need to be vaccinated to attend school in person (or attend other face-to-face events). School activity) at this point, unless exempted.

The board of directors voted 4 to 3 to accept option number one. Students must be fully vaccinated by the start of the spring semester in January 2022. There are a number of exceptions in the policy, including an exception for medical reasons, for personal reasons or when a student has had their first or second vaccination but is not yet fully vaccinated. (An individual must wait two weeks after the second vaccination to be considered fully vaccinated.) All non-exempted, unvaccinated students will be offered a place on the district’s independent study program at Sojourner Truth.

Since students 12 and older have been eligible for the vaccine, OUSD has worked with Alameda County to ensure that all eligible students have access to the vaccine. OUSD will continue to do this and will seek to work with other service providers to provide vaccines to all unvaccinated students in locations across the district. Working with public health and medical experts, the district will continue to share information with students, families, and staff about the importance, safety, and effectiveness of vaccines.

Via the Oakland Unified School District
In California’s most diverse city, the Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) is committed to creating a learning environment where β€œEvery student thrives!” More than half of our students speak a non-English language at home. And each of our 80 schools is staffed with talented individuals who are united around a common catalog of values: Students First, Equity, Excellence, Integrity, Cultural Responsiveness and Joy. We strive to prepare all students for college, professional, and community success.

To learn more about OUSD’s full-service community district focused on academic achievement while serving the whole child in safe schools, please visit OUSD.org and follow us at @OUSDnews.

Article based on press release from OUSD to ZENNIE62MEDIA, INC.

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