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“Our commencement will be both unique and personal to each technical program and student, enveloping a blended model that will consist of a virtual formal graduation video, followed by an onsite physical graduation ceremony involving students in their technical program,” the superintendent said.
“It has been so fun to watch ‘the magic’ of inclusion and Unified Schools unfold,” she said. “The positive feedback from students, parents and staff has been overwhelming. We are so grateful for the Unified Schools program and for the students and staff who make inclusion a reality every day!”
Meals will be provided at no charge to all children without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability, and all meals will meet nutritional standards established by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). Adults may purchase a meal for the following price: breakfast: $2.40; lunch: $4.25.
Joseph was just happy to be back home and back at College High for his senior year. Unfortunately, it is not ending how he may have envisioned it. The school has been shuttered since March, students forced to learn remotely, isolated from each other because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Bell leaves Beacon for Raleigh, North Carolina, where he will serve as Head of School at Cardinal Gibbons High School. “It has been a tremendous honor to serve Beacon these past seven years, and it was one of the great joys in my life to work with the founding Board of Trustees to enact their […]
“Academically, I’ve got to work on my study habits and my test-taking skills,” Hunt said. “Athletically, I’ve got to work on shooting from the outside, not just protecting the rim because I’m going to be playing against bigger players, and I’ve got to work on handling the ball and reading the defense better.”
Los Angeles released a detailed manifesto on what constitutes a classroom setting for the 2020-21 school year. The portrait they painted of tiny class sizes, students and teachers wearing masks, and staggered classes, shows a different landscape than when kids left school for good in March 2020. According to the Los Angeles Times report, each […]
Schools will make distanced learning available to students who don’t feel safe attending physical classrooms, the report said. The introduction of outdoor learning is being considered too. Medical experts believe the chances of transmitting the coronavirus is exponentially greater indoors, SFGate notes in a report on San Mateo County schools that also links to The […]
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