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Education COVID-19 Crisis Response

5 months ago

What is your community doing to encourage continued student learning and access to technology, food, and other support?


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  • Admin Commented Christel Gollnick 5 months ago
    I was brought to tears today by several dozen of the teachers and administrators of Clinton County R-III who organized a car parade through Plattsburg and Trimble this morning to show all of their students and the community how much they care and miss everyone! It was so touching to see their cars decorated with signs and flags and hear all of the horns honking as they drove by led by local police through the towns. What a creative and caring way to keep everyone's spirits up! And, of course everyone stayed far away from each other. The fire department was even involved taking up the rear of the parade. THANK YOU to everyone!
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  • meridithberry 5 months ago
    Several Internet providers are supplying internet at low or no cost in many areas. Check with the providers in your community to see if they are participating in this program and if you are eligible.
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  • meridithberry 5 months ago
    Maysville R-I district is providing breakfast and lunch to all district children under the age of 18. The meals are being delivered by bus (via school bus routes). The school can be reached at 816-449-2049.
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  • Jackie Spainhower 5 months ago
    The Worth County R-III school district is offering free breakfast and lunch to all district students under the age of 18. In Grant City, Worth, Sheridan, and Allendale meals will be delivered to a single site; meals for those students not living in town will be delivered to their bus stops. Families must sign up at https://tinyurl.com/tv5rlmn by noon on Friday, March 20, to participate.
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  • stevew2026 5 months ago
    Teachers are on a fast track learning curve for online classes such as zoom or specific learning-teaching platforms. Online teaching and learning is very different than classroom teaching, especially with special needs students.
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