COVID: Will Bay Area schools be back or still have ‘distance learning’ this fall?

GILROY, CA – MARCH 25: Dylan Keef, 12, left, and his mother Jennifer Keef, the rally co-organizer, hold up signs during a rally to reopen Gilroy schools at the intersection of Santa Teresa Boulevard and Highway 152 in Gilroy, Calif., on Wednesday, March 25, 2021. About two dozen parents and students took part in the event to reopen schools. (Ray Chavez/Bay Area News Group)

As frustrated as she is watching her boys stare for hours at teachers on a computer screen while virus cases plummet and California reopens, an even greater worry weighs on Jennifer Keef: Will this still be the Gilroy Unified

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