This past week, Culver City High School Principal Dr. Lisa Cooper had a special visit from all five members of the CCUSD Board of Education. With students back at Culver City High School, there are now children on the campus for class at every school in the district.
Safety is prioritized with students required to adhere to COVID protocols laid down by the district according to CDC guidelines, along with weekly testing of both teachers and staff at each school site.
The Health Services Team has administered 1200 COVID vaccines on site.
District Health Co-ordinator Dianne Castro stated “Now we can start offering COVID vaccines to our students ages 16 and up! We will have our first Pfizer vaccine clinic on Wednesday May 5 from 9 AM to 3PM. Family members will be welcome too – everyone 16 and older is now eligible. Students ages 12-15 may not be far behind; Pfizer has requested approval from the FDA for this new age group.”
Board President Dr. Tashon McKeithan, Vice President: Dr. Steven Levin and members Paula Amezola, Dr. Kelly Kent and Summer McBride all had the opportunity to visit the high school and check out all the COVID safety protocols in action as high school students returned to campus for the first time this year on Monday.