9 to 10:30 a.m.: Senior Support Group — Caring and sharing, Florence Douglas Center, 333 Amador St., Vallejo. All seniors welcome. 643-1044or Faith in Action, 469-6675.
9 a.m. to 12 p.m.: Veterans of Foreign Wars — Coffee morning, Vallejo Veterans Hall, 420Admiral Callaghan Lane.
All veterans invited for coffee, games, and storytelling. Info: 707-643-7074.
9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.: Mighty Midget — USS LCS-102World War II firearm ship, open if flags are flying, Nimitz Ave. and A St. on Mare Island. Go through the gate to gray ship, the Landing Craft Support Museum. Donations encouraged. An informational brochure is located at the Visitor’s Center in the Vallejo Ferry Building. www.mightymidgets.org.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.: Mare Island Museum — 1100Railroad Ave. Info: 557-4646or www.mareislandmuseum.org.
10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.: E.S.L. Conversation — Groups to build, strengthen, and practice English skills. Make new friends. Free. Every Tuesday and Wednesday morning, Benicia Library, 150E “L” Street, Benicia.
Noon: Alcoholics Anonymous — Join us every weekday at the Vallejo Fellowship, 942 Tennessee, at Monterey.
There is a solution. “There is a principal which is a bar against all information, which is proof against all arguments, and which cannot fail to keep a man in everlasting ignorance— that principal is contempt prior to investigation.”
Noon to 4 p.m.: Naval and Historical Museum — 734Marin St. downtown Vallejo. Discover the history of Vallejo and Mare Island. Info: 707-643-0077. www.vallejomuseum.org.
1 to 3:30 p.m.: Genealogist in the Museum — Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum, 734 Marin St., Vallejo. Free genealogical advice and assistance, 552-2816.
1 to 2 p.m.: Numismatic Association Library — Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum, 734Marin St. 554-2529or csnali[email protected]
2 p.m.: Global Center for Success — Classes in survival skills, Parenting class, 4p.m.; Food stamp outreach, 4to 6 p.m. Classes: 831Tennessee St.,Vallejo. 642-7467or 5625673.
6:30 p.m.: Third Tuesday, American Legion: Post 603 meeting — Veteran’s Building, 420 Admiral Callaghan, Vallejo.
7 p.m.: Celebrate Recovery — Faith Bible Church, 901Solano Ave. Free. Glen Guevara, 3739538.
Although Vallejo schools are closed, the district will continue to provide meals “to all students who need them,” District Superintendent Adam Clark announced on Monday.
Starting Wednesday, the Vallejo City Unified School District will begin offering “grab and go” breakfast and lunch meals at five different Vallejo school sites.
Clark the side cafeteria doors facing Georgia Street.
• Jesse Bethel High School, 1800Ascot Parkway. Meals in the parking lot near the cafeteria/student union.
The non-congregate meal service will be provided through March 27.
Officials are also offering provisions which have been donated by the food bank, which will also be provided to families during meal services.
Meals and provisions will be provided on a first come first serve bases.
Standardize meal service hours are as follows: Breakfast — 8to 9a.m. Lunch 11 a.m. to noon
Also starting Wednesday, the district’s main office and school sites will be closed for non-appointment business.
Clark previously announced that all district schools were cancelled through the end of March. The district’s spring break begins in April and lasts two weeks. Students could return as early as April 13.
“VCUSD will offer multiple opportunities for Distance Learning, however, due to the fact that not all students have access to devices or Wi-Fi, participation is not required,” Clark added in his same announcement. “The only exception may be for individual situations, e.g., completing credit recovery courses online. Otherwise, all online work and resources is supplemental.”
Clark also said he would be providing regular updates through Parent Square and posts on the district’s website, https://vcusd-ca.schoolloop.com/.
For additional information, email suptof[email protected] vcusd.org.
In other news, Griffin Technology Academies will be closed through April 10, just like the Vallejo school district.
“Also, note that some counties are going into shelter-in-place mode, but as of this posting Solano County has not issued such an order,” said GTA Superintendent Matt Smith in a press release. “As such, until Solano County Office of Emergency Services orders a shelter-in-place, GTA will continue to provide limited site services, on the Mare Island Technology Academy campus, including a supervised computer lab for students and free food services for all community members 18 years and younger from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. daily.”
The California State University Maritime Academy announced Monday afternoon that the university is suspending all in-person and virtual classes for the next two days “to allow for an orderly and safe departure of all cadets who are able to leave the campus.”
“For those cadets remaining on campus, particularly those who do not wish to travel to higher-risk areas at home, or who may not have alternative living arrangements, housing and dining services will still be available,” said university spokesman Bobby King in a news release.
King said all classes beyond 6 p.m. Monday were cancelled, with virtual courses expected to resume on Thursday.
All in-person classes are suspended through April 5, King said.
For more information, visit www.csum.edu/web/ alert/covid-19.
• Loma Vista Environmental Science Academy, 146Rainier St. Meals will be served at the entrance doors to the cafeteria. • Federal Terrace Elementary School, 415Daniels Avenue. Meals at the entrance doors to the cafeteria. • Lincoln Elementary School, 620Carolina St. Meals outside of the cafeteria. • Hogan Middle School, 850 Rosewood Avenue. Meals at