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Ottawa, KSOttawa Herald

Ottawa schools COVID protocols in place for now

The lingering pandemic has school districts locking in protocols to combat the coronavirus for the upcoming school year. Ottawa school district has a plan, Superintendent Ryan Cobbs said. “Last year we had great success mitigating the transmission of COVID due to the tremendous support of our parents, staff, and students...
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Los Lunas, NMKRQE News 13

Los Lunas schools to require students, staff to wear masks

LOS LUNAS, N.M. (KRQE) – Los Lunas schools are requiring all students and staff to wear a mask. Superintendent Dr. Arsenio Romero says they will revisit the requirement at each of the district’s governing committee meetings. “Los Lunas Schools always keeps the safety and health of our students and staff...
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Pittsburgh, PAPosted by
CBS Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Public Schools Superintendent Discusses District’s Future With City Council Members

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Pittsburgh Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Anthony Hamlet said the district is looking into many ways to close the achievement gap. Things like year-round and Saturday schooling were mentioned Wednesday to make up for learning loss due to the pandemic. Another topic discussed was collaboration. “I’d like to see more collaboration with the athletic associations and groups already working with kids,” said City Council President Theresa Kail-Smith. Some things Dr. Hamlet said students and teachers can expect for the fall are projectors and whiteboards. Meantime, COVID wasn’t far from Councilman Bobby Wilson’s mind with cases on the rise. “We have yet to see a plan for kids under 12 who are not vaccinated,” said Wilson.
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TIME

Summer Tutoring Is Not the Solution to a Lost Year of Schooling. It Might Hurt Kids More Than It Helps Them

Summer tutoring has become the rallying cry by politicians and pundits as a way to address the learning loss from months of remote and hybrid learning. A frightening number of students did not show up to class last school year, including up to 15% of kindergarteners in some school districts. But tutoring is the not the easy solution many think it is. Before parents sign up their children, they need to do their own homework and, except under specific conditions, they should not pursue tutoring. Simply put, most children do not benefit long term from standard tutoring. Moreover, current trends in supplemental education can end up hurting children.
Minnesota StateKAAL-TV

Minnesota health leaders recommend masks at schools in fall

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Minnesota health officials are recommending, but not requiring, that all students, teachers and staff wear masks in schools this fall, regardless of whether or not they are vaccinated, in line with guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. State health officials are also recommending...
Hilo, HIHawaii Tribune-Herald

One-way school traffic on Waianuenue starts Tuesday

The Hawaii Police Department is reminding the public that the one-way morning traffic pattern on Waianuenue Avenue in Hilo will resume on Tuesday and will be in effect on weekdays, 7:15 a.m. to 8 a.m. This coincides with the opening of the Hilo High and Intermediate School campuses for in-person...
Technologymoneytalksnews.com

Adorama Back to School Sale: Discounts on laptops, desktops, tablets, & more

Save on hundreds of items and prep for schooling times ahead, with everything from laptops and keyboards to flash drives, cameras, amps, guitars, and more. Shop Now at Adorama Tips Many items receive free shipping. Check the product page for shipping information. Pictured is the Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Coffee Lake i7 Laptop (2019) for $999.99 (most stores charge $42 more).
Wheeling, WVIntelligencer

Ohio County Schools Updates Virtual Learning Policy

WHEELING — Policy changes in Ohio County Schools now allow virtual learners to return to in-person classes in school at mid-semester if they so wish. Classroom learners, though, who decide a month into the school year they want to go to virtual will not be permitted to do so until the start of the next semester, according to Walt Saunders, assessment and federal programs director for Ohio County Schools.
Educationarticleted.com

The Importance Of Extra Curricular Activities In School

Extra-curricular activities play a very important part in a students life, they teach a lot of things to the students. We all emphasise the importance of academics part but there needs to be a balance between curricular and extracurricular activities as they are equally important. In this article, we'll examine...
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