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When school district starts to shut down, a new job opens for the kids

Oakland, California — Oakland Unified School District will start to shut its schools for the first time this fall, officials announced Wednesday.

Oakland is one of a number of California districts that have implemented automatic shutdowns since last year, when Gov.

Jerry Brown signed into law a law that required schools to close after 10 p.m. on school nights.

In November, Oakland Unified School Board President John Yee announced that Oakland would begin closing its schools on March 1, 2019, and would also shutter four of its high schools in April and June, the last two months of the school year.

Yee said the move to shut schools was needed to prevent “unacceptable incidents” and to keep students safe.

The closure will affect about 5,000 students, including approximately 8,000 elementary school students.

It will also affect students in the Los Angeles Unified School district, the state’s second largest school district.

In an announcement posted on the school district’s website, Oakland officials said they would begin the process of hiring new teachers and will offer job training to help with the transition.

The school district is also in the process to replace about 1,300 employees, which will start in mid-October.