Imagine being young and healthy, a nonsmoker with no preexisting health conditions, and then waking up one morning feeling like you were being suffocated by an unseen force. Back in March, this was my reality.
Read more about CU alumna and epidemiologist Margot Gage Witvliet’s story and her battle with COVID19.
Not sure what to say when someone wants to have a party or have more people over…
Not sure what to say when someone wants to have a party or have more people over than you’re comfortable with?
Try: “Having lots of people in close contact can increase the spread of the virus, and the more it spreads the less likely we are to stay on campus this semester. Can we just have a few friends over instead?”
8 things to do this weekend: CU on the Weekend, HackCU, more
Looking for things to do this weekend? This weekend brings HackCU, a digital conference on the origins of writing, free cereal, Health Professionals 101 and more!
This weekend brings HackCU, a digital conference on the origins of writing, free cereal, Health Professionals 101 and more.
Reintroduction Update – Recommendations from Working Advisory Group to be presented to Board on Tuesday
As expected, the Working Advisory Group will be sharing their second round of recommendations at the next Board of Education meeting on Tuesday, September 22. Included are suggestions that would allow differentiated in-person instruction opportunities for grades 3-12, that would be implemented in a staggered approach. During the meeting on Tuesday, September 22, we will discuss the ideas and logistical challenges that may impact the plans.
Board of Education Meeting
Tuesday, September 22 at 6:00 p.m. (Note: the update will begin after the Public Comment period)
Tune in on Comcast Channel 22 or livestream at bvsd.org/bv22
See update for more info:
Please see this message for updates on the following: Reminder: No school for students on Monday 9/21 Current health situation Next steps for grades 3-12 Opting in or out of in-person learning
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