Angry North Bay Parents Use Electronic Billboard to Send Message to Reopen Schools

Angry North Bay parents are taking their message to reopen schools directly to the public, on an electronic billboard next to 101 in Sonoma County that’s hard to miss. 

They’re hoping the people running schools up there don’t miss the message. 

The electronic sign, shared with several other advertisers, says, “Missing: all California students, last seen March 13, 2020. Reward-their future. #OpenSonomaCountySchoolsNow.”

“The campuses should be ready,” said parent Will Soper. “They have been empty for 11 months, there’s money on the table fully unused and there’s no excuse not to have a plan at this time.”

Soper has two children in Sonoma County public schools, and supports the

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