As for my kids, they haven’t set foot out of this apartment in almost two weeks, yet they seem happy. We are spending a tremendous amount of time together as a family, playing board games, making music together, getting into little projects, cooking. But still, it’s surreal and strange. Before all this happened, every day I was in the schoolyard at 8 a.m., greeting our students and parents, and again at dismissal saying good-bye to students and parents, and in between I was all over the building, interacting with all of our kids and staff all day. I talked to hundreds of people every single day. Now, I’m on an endless stream of videoconferences with the same view out my window. … [Read more...] about How Do You Get Laptops to 1.1 Million Public-School Students?
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The Cleveland Senior Citizens Center, which is a non-profit organization, is giving out meals to the seniors over 60 years of age. There is a $3 fee to become a member and the center also provides meals to seniors as well. To become a member you can call the center at 281-592-1174. … [Read more...] about Cleveland ISD cancels school until May 4 after Gov. Abbott’s executive order
Mr. Subramanian said that once schools reopen after the summer vacation, it is important that there is no undue pressure on the students and teachers to rush through portions. “Despite the fact that we were not able to have lessons now for these classes, we will be able to make it up in the upcoming academic year with some adjustments. Students should not be under any sort of pressure,” he said. … [Read more...] about During lockdown, CBSE schools connect with students online
A complete list can be found in the order at https://www.co.liberty.tx.us/ and click on the link Executive Order Of Liberty County Judge - Stay Safe Emergency Measures under the header Latest County Information On Coronavirus (COVID-19). … [Read more...] about City of Cleveland employee one of 4 Liberty County residents that have tested positive for coronavirus
At the time, Colorado law did not permit compensatory or punitive damages or attorney’s fees for a plaintiff who won an employment discrimination suit, even in cases of intentional discrimination. The only relief offered by state law was back pay and possible reinstatement or rehiring. Federal law allows compensatory and punitive damages, but only when the company has 15 or more employees. … [Read more...] about Fact Check: Did Morgan Carroll have a conflict of interest when she was state senator?
A humble beginningDahlias most often are grown from large, sweet-potato-like tubers which grow in clusters that have the appearance of a group of brown carrots. The indigenous peoples of the New World would use these tubers as a source of food and medicine. The tubers grow well in all types of climates and soil conditions as long as the temperature stays above freezing. Dahlias, with their magnificent blooms, grow best in rich soil with good drainage. It is possible to grow dahlias from seeds but it is much easier to sprout them from their fibrous tubers. … [Read more...] about Blooming Plants: Spectacular Photos of Dahlias
If you are able to carry out some or all of your responsibilities by working from home, then it is likely to be considered reasonable for your employer to facilitate this in order to protect the person you live with. This means you will qualify for normal pay. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Can your employer refuse to let you work from home? Rights explained
At Podar group of schools, parents have been given a ‘virtual schooling plan’ wherein online classes would be conducted for grades 3 to 10. Depending on their grade, students have to sit for 3-4 sessions a day. The schools will also roll out virtual learning sessions for students of Class 1 and 2 in the coming days. … [Read more...] about ICSE and CBSE schools start new academic year with online classes
The remote handling of suicide attackers from the safety of neighbouring countries has been a hallmark of many terrorist attacks in South Asia, including the 2008 attacks on the Indian city of Mumbai, which Indian and US spies traced to a house in the Pakistani city of Karachi. … [Read more...] about Pakistani school attackers ‘were told to kill soldiers’ after massacre of pupils
The city council in Laredo passed an ordinance requiring that all people over the age of five must wear a mask covering their mouth and nose when in public. The ordinance is expected to go into effect on Thursday, April 2 and violators could face a fine of up to $1,000, the Laredo Morning Times reports. … [Read more...] about Texas Border City Orders Masks Worn in Public or $1000 Fine