- Another day, another raft of evidence that parents looking for certainty are well and truly hosed. First up: the
, starting Thursday, after a student tested positive for coronavirus. (Cleveland 19 News, 10/1/20)
when Covid cases in the county increased significantly. (WCPO-TV, Cincinnati, 10/1/20)
. This means no rides for all the charter and private school students the district has been transporting and cessation of the lunch delivery services the district has been operating via its yellow buses. (Dayton Daily News, 10/1/20)
- As of now,
around town which will include a whole bunch of services available for students—not least of which is support for remote learning on those days, as well as tutoring to combat “Covid slide”. The first one opens at the Tabernacle Church on Monday and the pastor and his wife couldn’t be more pleased to welcome students in. (Toledo Blade, 10/1/20) The only group not represented on the ground in those learning centers, it seems, is the district itself. But I figure they are very busy with teaching and stuff just now. That is probably why . U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur, in announcing the grant, said, “As our country continues to adapt to life during the coronavirus pandemic, our teachers have stepped up every step of the way, often without the appreciation or compensation they deserve. This funding will help train, recruit, and retain hard-working teachers in our Toledo community and increase achievement among our diverse student population.” Coolio. (Toledo Blade, 10/1/20)
- And speaking of awesome teachers (were we?), I don’t know why this by a TV station in Indiana, but don’t let that fact stop you from checking out Mr. Haynes’ wild and engaging green screen workout antics designed to help his kids keep active while learning remotely. Nice. (WTHR-TV, Indianapolis, 10/1/20)
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