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January 2022 Update

It’s 2022 and we are seeing the dire consequences of policy decisions made by Governor Baker and Commissioner Riley last Spring before the emergence of the Delta and Omicron variants of Covid. We are still calling for an end to the statewide ban on remote learning in order to protect the health and safety and students and staff.

We are also supporting a demand by BPS Parents for Covid Safety for a 2-week emergency closure of all school buildings in Boston. For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/FamCOSa or email families4covidsafety@gmail.com.

We are also supporting an online petition started by BPS students that you can sign and share here: https://chng.it/RxLqpmPX5Z

Contact Your Local Officials

Tell them “With problems regarding test supplies and testing/tracing personnel, staff absences due to infection, the city’s COVID-19 positivity rate surpassing 18%, and the highly contagious Omicron variant spiking, we should temporarily stop in-person learning to ensure a safer environment for all!”

Contact State Policymakers

Tell them “The Statewide ban on remote learning options is harming students and staff. Allow schools and districts to close schools and continue to engage students until the Omicron surge subsides!” and add your own story and concerns as well.

Governor Baker
Commissioner Jeffrey Riley