#Superintendents

Cranston, RITurnto10.com

Rhode Island superintendents see challenges in policing mask policies

CRANSTON, R.I. (WJAR) — Rhode Island school superintendents have yet another large task looming in the coming weeks: establishing a mask policy. The Department of Education announced last month vaccinated students and staff could go mask-free this fall, with the exception of on school buses, which is a federal mandate. It will be up to local school districts to lay out policies for unvaccinated individuals, which includes all students younger than 12 years old. This could include allowing unvaccinated individuals to go mask-free, mandating they wear masks or mandating everyone, regardless of vaccination status, wear masks.
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Ridgewood, NJtheridgewoodblog.net

Ridgewood Schools Superintendents Report: Back to School Means Back to School

Ridgewood NJ, at Monday’s Ridgewood Board of Education Meeting in the Superintendents Report , Superintendent Thomas Gorman highlighted the following points :. 1)Schools will be open for full-time, in-person instruction with lunch, returning to pre-pandemic norms. Click here to view the presentation from the June 28 Board of Education meeting.
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Hagerman, NMrdrnews.com

New superintendent joins Hagerman schools

An educator with 32 years of experience in the field has become the new superintendent for Hagerman Municipal Schools. Curtis Clough was chosen for the position by the school board on July 6 and officially began his duties July 12. “They were looking a lot at career and tech ed,”...
Kentucky StateWTVQ

KY superintendents discuss back-to-school plans amidst COVID surge

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) – Superintendents in Kentucky are grappling with Governor Andy Beshear’s new recommendations as districts make their plans to return to school. Monday, Beshear encouraged schools to require all unvaccinated students and adults wear masks indoors, and even consider universal masking for the vaccinated and unvaccinated. The Local...
PoliticsSpinal Column

Superintendents talk Critical Race Theory

A bill filed June 25 in the Michigan Senate aims to ban teaching Critical Race Theory (CRT) in schools. Senate Bill 460, sponsored by Sen. Lana Theis, R-Brighton, would ban Michigan K-12 school curriculum from including CRT, The New York Times’ 1619 Project, or any of the following theories:. •...
Plymouth, MAhinghamanchor.com

Interim school superintendent named under one-year contract

Dr. Gary Maestas, Ed.D., who served as Superintendent of Plymouth Public Schools from 2008 until September 2020, was named interim superintendent for the Hingham Public Schools in a unanimous vote by the School Committee Monday night. He will replace Supt. of Schools Paul Austin, who is resigning effective July 30, under a one-year contract.
PoliticsWRGB

Superintendents urge DOH to issue school guidance

CAPITAL REGION (WRGB) — Ballston Spa School district superintendent Ken Slentz is among 31 BOCES superintendents who signed a letter urging the state department of health to issue guidance on the coming school year. But he’s already starting his own plan. “I just don’t know what else we can do....
Cambridge, MAcambridgeday.com

Police commissioner Bard is leaving Cambridge to be a vice president at John Hopkins University

Police commissioner Bard is leaving Cambridge to be a vice president at John Hopkins University. Police commissioner Branville G. Bard Jr. is leaving the Cambridge Police Department to become vice president for public safety at Johns Hopkins University and Medicine, where he will lead a 1,200-person security and safety operation. He is to start Aug. 30, Johns Hopkins confirmed in a press release dated Tuesday.
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