Weekly Update badge

So This Happened…Week of March 1-7

So This Happened...Week of March 1-7CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, CA — As Contra Costa County schools continue the transition to in-person learning, Clayton Valley Charter and De La Salle high schools will see new leaders.

CVCHS executive director Jim Scheible submitted his resignation effective June 30. Over at De La Salle, David Holquin will become president July 1. He comes from Napa’s Justin-Sienna.

Reopening plan: Meanwhile, the Mt. Diablo Unified School District board is expected to vote this week on a reopening timeline that could begin as early as March 22.

Park district first: Sabrina Landreth will be the first woman to manage the East Bay Regional Park District. “I look forward to continuing to build upon the great work the district does to improve the quality of life for our East Bay community, while adhering to its social and environmental responsibilities,” she said.

Aiding artistic endeavors: As many arts group continue to struggle during the pandemic, the Lesher Center for the Arts has launched a fundraising effort to help “Pave the Way” back to reopening. And Diablo Ballet will mark its 27th anniversary with a virtual gala on March 20.

More stories

Here are some other stories the Pioneer covered in the last week:

Concord helps veteran celebrate 92nd birthday.

One year later, COVID-19 vaccine update for Contra Costa.

Concord Couch Concerts launches season two.

Serve on Contra Costa’s Measure X Community Advisory Board.

Concord Chamber provides online training.

Concord Police Association announces college scholarships.

Martinez refinery conversion to renewable fuels facility advances.

Each week, the Concord Clayton Pioneer posts a summary of our news stories called “So This Happened…” If you would like to check out past weekly roundups, click here.