March 15, 8 AM: Back to School March


Courtesy of Tracy Julien: Parents from the UC Cluster have teamed up with the schools to hold a March Back to School for students, parents, and school staff. We will be marching in front of our local schools at 8:00am on March 15 to mark ONE year of school closures. We are marching in front of our schools to show our communities that we NEED change. Students NEED schools to open NOW.

Students will March instead of logging on to Zoom on March 15 to show that Zoom learning is not working. Our students need an in-person school option. Remaining closed is no longer acceptable. Science shows that opening does NOT put our children at higher risk for COVID transmission. Science also shows that staying closed is putting our children at higher risk for learning loss, anxiety, depression, suicide, exploitation, and abuse. OPEN NOW AND SAVE OUR STUDENTS! We expect that people will march peacefully and safely (wear a mask).

For more information about the Back to School March, email

For more information from San Diego Unified School District about school re-opening, visit


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