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While addressing Rocky Mountain High School’s Class of 2020, Principal Dr. Craig…

While addressing Rocky Mountain High School’s Class of 2020, Principal Dr. Craig... 1

2020-07-25 12:07:58

While addressing Rocky Mountain High School’s Class of 2020, Principal Dr. Craig Woodall looked out across the sea of red and gold and said, “This here is my favorite image of the summer.”

Then, he stepped off the stage and begged indulgence while he posed for a photo with the graduates, holding a…

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Visualizing a pandemic: Researchers aim to increase public acceptance of safe behaviors

Visualizing a pandemic: Researchers aim to increase public acceptance of safe behaviors 2

2020-08-04 15:40:54

Researchers at Colorado State University and the University of Michigan aim to increase public acceptance of scientific concepts surrounding COVID-19 through graphics and other visual communications.

Visualizing a pandemic: Researchers aim to increase public acceptance of safe behaviors

CSU psychology professor Jessica Witt and a team from University of Michigan are identifying ways to visually communicate COVID-19 risk data to the public

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We have made the difficult decision to start the new school year with PreK-12 st…

We have made the difficult decision to start the new school year with PreK-12 st... 3

2020-08-04 17:06:41

We have made the difficult decision to start the new school year with PreK-12 students learning remotely. PSD leadership and Larimer County Department of Health and Environment (LCDHE) officials agreed today that it is unwise to open schools in our current environment. Schools will be closed to in-person education through at least the end of first quarter, Friday, Oct. 16. We will re-evaluate public health conditions throughout the fall and determine whether we can responsibly open schools or if we will need to continue remote education. Read more: https://www.psdschools.org/node/1590

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It’s time to Fill the Boot! For more than 60 years, firefighters have stood on t…

It’s time to Fill the Boot! For more than 60 years, firefighters have stood on t... 4

2020-08-04 19:05:00

It’s time to Fill the Boot! For more than 60 years, firefighters have stood on the front lines alongside the Muscular Dystrophy Association to fight muscular dystrophy and other related diseases. Members of the Poudre Fire Authority International Association of Firefighters Local 1945, raise funds to fight the diseases that take away a person's ability to walk, move, smile, talk, and even breathe. They can usually be seen in front of grocery stores smiling and holding large, black boots. Like many things in 2020, this year’s campaign looks a little different, but we can still work together to fill the “virtual boot!” Although the firefighters will miss seeing you, we still hope you’ll consider donating. The campaign begins TODAY and runs through Labor Day (Sept. 7). Learn more, donate, and see the progress at: https://filltheboot.donordrive.com/index.cfm…

Muscular Dystrophy Association Poudre Professional Fire Fighters

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