One element of the state’s strategy to combat COVID-19 has been the Micro-Cluster Initiative. This is a system of designating certain areas as a Yellow, Orange or Red zone based on the prevalence of COVID-19. These zones come with certain restrictions and protocols designed to limit the spread of the virus, including school-based COVID testing. … Continue reading “Q&A: School-based COVID-19 testing and microcluster colored zones”
“Our teachers have been extremely open-minded and willing to do anything that has been asked of them.”
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Whether it’s supporting a cause or simply going the extra mile to help someone, all acts of kindness will be considered for this award – no act is too small.
Rachel Hicks and Rachel Servant’s first graders recently got a sweet life lesson about friendship. Students learned about kindness, courtesy, respect, and friendship by reading the book “Enemy Pie.” The story is about a little boy who bakes a pie for his enemy, only to realize through the process that his enemy is actually his … Continue reading “Activity brings book to life as first graders learn about friendship”
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