Several dozen groups and community leaders — including a school music organization, county Supervisor Nathan Fletcher and the Black Student Union Coalition — will help choose the San Diego Unified School District’s next superintendent.
The date is contingent on school staff getting access to both COVID-19 vaccine doses and on the county getting out of the purple tier.
Jackson has worked his way up from teaching assistant to area superintendent since he started working for the school district in 1998.
San Diego Unified has said it will not reopen until coronavirus case rates in its school communities fall and vaccines are made available to all its school staff.
The labs are the district’s effort to increase in-person support for students while schools are closed to regular instruction.