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California schools discuss using COVID money for bonuses, encourage trips to Hawaii: memos show

Newsom has said about 9,000 of the state’s roughly 11,000 schools have either reopened or have a “firm date” to reopen.

By Bradford Betz

Fox News

Multiple California school districts have discussed using state and federal COVID relief money to hand out bonuses for teachers and staff, with one district even suggesting the money be used for a trip to Hawaii.

The internal memos have been shared online by “Reopen California Schools,” a Facebook group started early on in the pandemic by Jonathan Zachreson.

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https://www.foxnews.com/us/california-schools-using-covid-relief-money-for-teacher-bonuses-encouraging-trips-to-hawaii-memos-show

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