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Crestview students to help design fireworks packaging | News, Sports, Jobs

Select Crestview High School art students will partner with Phantom Fireworks, the nation’s largest consumer fireworks retailer, to name and design packaging for some of their new items launching in July 2022. (Front left ) Ashton Hughes, Madison Davis, Morgen Libb, Amelia Blower, (left to right) Jordan Fronius, Mason Greathouse, …

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UO Graduate Employees Union Files Complaint Against University Over COVID-19 Policy

The University of Oregon Graduate Employees Union filed an unfair labor practices complaint with the state Labor Relations Board on Monday, alleging that the university’s new COVID-19 policies violate their contract . The Graduate Teaching Fellows Federation says the university’s new policies, announced last week, represent a change in working …

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Guilford County Schools Students To Use City Buses Instead Of School Buses: Here’s How It Will Work In Greensboro, High Point

GREENSBORO, North Carolina (WGHP) – Students at Guilford County schools in some schools will switch from traditional yellow buses to city buses starting Monday as the district grapples with a growing shortage of bus drivers. GCS Superintendent Sharon Contreras said on Friday the school district has reached an agreement with …

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Alberta Schools Introduce Plan for Medical Masks and Rapid Tests for Students

As long as they fit and have at least one layer that provides “good filtration,” sheet masks are still allowed in public places, the Alberta chief medical officer of health said Friday. Dr Deena Hinshaw commented on personal protective equipment (PPE) after announcing 6,257 new cases of COVID-19 in the …

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A student thought she had landed a paid internship. Then the crooks stole thousands of dollars from her – NBC Los Angeles

A Long Beach student who applied for a paid internship through job search site Indeed was told she got the job, then scammers robbed her of thousands. “[They said] “We are interested in you, you have the qualified skills,” said Alexandria Smith. It was music to his ears. The Cal …

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‘It’s chaos’ as schools take on Omicron

The Omicron wave threatens to upset any sense of peace in the country’s education system. After a holiday break that saw Covid-19 cases rise steadily, a small but growing list of districts – including Newark, Atlanta, Milwaukee and Cleveland – have temporarily switched to distance learning for more than 450,000 …

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Kerstin Perez searches the cosmos for signs of dark matter | MIT News

Kerstin Perez is looking for imprints of dark matter. The invisible substance embodies 84% ​​of the matter in the universe and is considered a powerful cosmic glue, preventing entire galaxies from separating. And yet the particles themselves barely leave a trace on ordinary matter, thwarting all detection efforts so far. …

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Updated COVID-19 testing protocols for students, faculty and staff

Friday, December 31, 2021 The university’s management team closely followed the development of the Omicron variant during the winter break. Based on the new public health guidelines, UNCW will require all residency students as well as faculty, staff and unvaccinated students learning and working on campus for the spring semester …

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CCPS to participate in virtual training January 3-7, 2022 – Charles County Public Schools

Due to a current high COVID-19 positive percentage rate for Charles County and high demand for testing, Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) will reopen from winter break on Monday 3 January 2022, for virtual education. Students will participate in virtual education for the week of January 3-7. Any expansion of …

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Chicago Blackhawks’ Brad Aldrich lawsuit dismissed, lawyer says

CHICAGO – A lawsuit against the Chicago Blackhawks by a former Michigan high school student who said he was sexually assaulted by former assistant coach Brad Aldrich has been dismissed, a lawyer said on Monday. Susan Loggans, who represents the former student, told The Associated Press that an order in …

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