Saturday , 15 August 2020

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Three Middle-School Students Donate 1,530 Protective Masks to Capital City

Three Middle-School Students Donate 1,530 Protective Masks to Capital City   Trenton, N.J. – Mayor W. Reed Gusciora and Recreation and Natural Resources Director Maria Richardson today thanked Valentina Funari Ferri, 12, of Skillman, N.J., Luisa Buss, 13, of Princeton, N.J., and Olivia Trochu, 12, of Skillman for donating 1,530 protective masks to the City of Trenton.   Moved by …

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Editorial roundup: High School League has solid sports game plan – Albert Lea Tribune

The Minnesota State High School League plan to modify the high school sports schedule for the coming academic year balances the need for health safety and the need to nurture young people with some normalcy in these pandemic times. Shifting so-called “high risk” pandemic-spread activities of football and volleyball to the spring makes sense given the close contact required in …

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High school sports in Nevada will not start until January

CLOSE Autoplay Show Thumbnails Show Captions Last SlideNext Slide After receiving numerous requests to begin high school sports this fall, rather than postponing them to January, the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association re-affirmed its stance in an email Friday afternoon. The email states that, as of Friday, high school sports will not start until January. Winter sports can begin Jan. 2 with …

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Local high school sports are a go, what to expect at the next game

WEST FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) – The safe return of fall high school sports in the valley will be a complex task, amid the pandemic. School leaders say they’re ready for the challenge. “We’re cautiously optimistic, I think is the term that a lot of activities directors are using right now,” said Jay DeCann, Activities Director at West Fargo …

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Gov. Justice announces West Virginia School Re-entry Metrics and Protocols

SCHOOL RE-ENTRY METRICS AND PROTOCOLS During Friday’s briefing, Gov. Justice joined State education and health leaders to unveil the new metric and color code system that will determine how in-person instruction, athletics, and other extracurricular activities are conducted at West Virginia’s pre-kindergarten through 12th grade schools, to ensure the safety of students, teachers, service personnel, and the community as a …

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Waxhaw Lions donate school supplies

Photo courtesy of Waxhaw Lions WAXHAW – With teachers and staff embarking on a school year like no other, the Waxhaw Lions Club reached out to see how they could help. Kathryn Williams, of Waxhaw Elementary, and Whitney Herwig of Western Union Elementary, shared their teaching wish lists, which reflected unique needs for the “new normal.” In addition to paper …

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