As students return to their physical classrooms for the first time in a year, many parents are left with questions on how to safely see their children off to school. Local Congressman Mark DeSaulnier will answer questions during a town hall Tuesday on the impact of coronavirus on students and getting back to school.
For the virtual event, Rep. DeSaulnier (D-Concord) will answer residents' questions and be joined by a panel of experts to discuss school safety, learning loss and mental and behavioral health support.
Special guests will include California Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond, Contra Costa Superintendent of Schools Lynn Mackey and Dr. Petra Steinbuchel, director of the University of California San Francisco's child and adolescent psychiatry portal.
This will be DeSaulnier’s 128th town hall and mobile district office hour since coming to Congress.
The town hall will be held live on Tuesday (March 30) from 1 to 2 p.m. on Congressman DeSaulnier's Facebook page and via Zoom.
Interested residents can RSVP, submit a question, or request special accommodations, by visiting DeSaulnier's website or calling 933-2660.