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AIA hoping all Arizona high school sports can play some form of a season

(AP Photo/LM Otero) No Arizona high school sports will be played as long as in-person teaching is prohibited due to the coronavirus, but the Arizona Interscholastic Association is holding out hope that every sport can have “some semblance” of a season. AIA Executive Director David Hines told AZPreps365 that if a return to relatively normal activities can progress “as we’re …

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PE sport premium finally gets confirmation for the coming school year | Sport

The government has responded to calls from campaigners and confirmed the primary physical education and sport premium for the next school year. The PE premium is a ring-fenced top-up to school funding which helps ensure every primary school-age child gets 60 minutes of physical activity a week. The £320m fund has been in place since 2013 but had not been …

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Okemos urges school district to follow COVID-19 safety guidelines

CLOSE Buy Photo Okemos High School (Photo: Nick King/Lansing State Journal) Okemos Public Schools Superintendent John Hood urged those within his district to follow federal health guidelines after a high school senior tested positive for COVID-19 last month. Safety measures were in place for an Okemos High School graduation ceremony, but not all students remained in their vehicles as they were supposed …

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New website helps Colorado high school students discover programs for earning college credit while still in high school

Colorado Department of Education Colorado high school students can find information about how to earn college credit while they are still in high school on a new website created by the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) and the Colorado Department of Higher Education (CDHE).  The website, http://www.cde.state.co.us/concurrentenrollment, which is required by legislation passed in 2019, contains information about dual and …

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Parents are opting to home-school their children due to COVID-19 pandemic, but experts say it might not be for everyone

Haley Campbell was eager for her two older children, ages 11 and 6, to start school in the fall. She imagined how their first day would go: special outfits, an encouraging pep talk, and kisses goodbye before dropping them off for sixth grade and kindergarten, respectively. But two weeks ago, after she received a letter from the school outlining its …

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