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Jason Reynolds: “Write. Right. Rite” – Create a Book Cover

Jason Reynolds: "Write. Right. Rite" - Create a Book Cover 1

2020-08-10 13:55:07

Create a Book Cover

Get graphic with this amazing challenge! Design (or redesign) a cover for a book with Jason Reynolds in week 9 of Write. Right. Rite.

Jason Reynolds: “Write. Right. Rite” – Create a Book Cover

Jason Reynolds, seventh National Ambassador for Young People's Literature, challenges kids to create or modify a book cover in the ninth installment of the "…

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Let the testing begin!!!! Public Logic and Accuracy testing in Weld County. #wel…

Let the testing begin!!!! Public Logic and Accuracy testing in Weld County. #wel... 2

2020-09-30 09:26:29

Let the testing begin!!!! Public Logic and Accuracy testing in Weld County. #weldvotes #testing #weldvotes

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Weld County has completed our Public Logic and Accuracy testing for the General …

Weld County has completed our Public Logic and Accuracy testing for the General ... 3

2020-09-30 15:23:24

Weld County has completed our Public Logic and Accuracy testing for the General Election! We are set to move into the next step of the election. Thank you to Ann and Tony! #weld #weldvotes #accuracy

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NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS MONTH: Don’t forget to include your children and pets in e…

NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS MONTH: Don’t forget to include your children and pets in e... 4

2020-09-30 20:00:45

NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS MONTH: Don’t forget to include your children and pets in emergency planning because being prepared for disasters starts at home. As a parent, guardian or other family member, you have an important role to play when it comes to protecting the children in your life and helping them be prepared when disaster strikes. Make sure teens and young children know your family’s emergency plan related to tornadoes, floods, wildfires, blizzards, health emergencies and man-made threats. Make emergency planning fun by including incentives and tailoring it to the needs of your family.

Tips on involving youth and teens in emergency planning can be found at https://www.ready.gov/. For more emergency preparedness tips, visit www.weldoem.com.

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