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You're invited to be part of the DISTRICT ADVISORY & ACCOUNTABILITY COMMITT…

You're invited to be part of the DISTRICT ADVISORY & ACCOUNTABILITY COMMITT... 1

2020-08-25 08:30:18

You're invited to be part of the DISTRICT ADVISORY & ACCOUNTABILITY COMMITTEE (DAAC) meeting.

First meeting (VIRTUAL): August 25, 2020 (TONIGHT)
5:30 – 7:30 PM
The link for the Google Meet: https://bit.ly/2FnH6l5

What is DAAC?
Both state and federal accountability place great emphasis on including families within the accountability process. While state statute requires the formation of accountability committees, these committees can be activated to meet many of the ESSA expectations as well (e.g., stakeholder engagement in the planning and implementation process under school improvement). Regardless of the structure, parents are expected to engage in meaningful consultation in accountability and improvement planning. Furthermore, schools and districts are expected to report school data and document plans in a transparent manner. DAACs must consist of the following, at a minimum:
1) Three parents of students enrolled in the district
2) One teacher employed by the district
3) One school administrator employed by the district
4) One person involved in business in the community within district boundaries.
DAACs must select one of their parent representatives to serve as chair or co-chair. Local school boards will establish the length of the term for DAAC chair/co-chairs. To be consistent with SAC responsibilities, DAACs shall meet at least quarterly.

For more information, please visit: https://bit.ly/33XeWYv

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PRESS RELEASE – Loveland Public Library adjusts to public health orders – In-per…

PRESS RELEASE – Loveland Public Library adjusts to public health orders - In-per... 2

2020-11-25 17:57:20

📣PRESS RELEASE – Loveland Public Library adjusts to public health orders – In-person services continue as virtual access is encouraged

Public health directives from the state and county that went into effect on Nov. 24, and City of Loveland policies, will allow library access for patrons who wear appropriate face 😷 coverings and observe physical-distance guidelines.

Customers may minimize their time in the building by requesting items in advance via the online catalog and through virtual options on the library’s website at www.lovelandpubliclibrary.org. 📚

Patrons can also access technologies through:
👉 Student Success Initiative: students use school ID number to log into the library’s specialized data
👉 “Pop-In” Learning Lab: high speed internet, staff support, online tutoring, skill-building
👉 Brainfuse: on-demand, live tutoring, help for all ages, abilities – www.lovelandpubliclibrary.org/brainfuse

Curbside pickup is available and senior and homebound patrons can request home delivery by calling 970-962-2592 or emailing outreach@cityofloveland.org.

To read the full release go to: https://www.cityofloveland.org/…/Componen…/News/News/6295/30

#LovelandPublicLibrary #LovelandColorado #InThisTogetherLoveland❤️

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Make your reservations at the best indoor aquatic facility in Loveland. Make yo…

Make your reservations at the best indoor aquatic facility in Loveland.

Make yo... 3

2020-11-25 16:52:11

Make your reservations at the best indoor aquatic facility in Loveland.

Make your reservations now for Lap swim, Open swim, Water walking and Outdoor Hot tub. Capacity is limited.
Book online at www.cityofloveland.org/webtrac or call the front desk at 970.962.2386. Reservations may be made up to 3 days in advance.

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PRESS RELEASE – City adjusts to new COVID risk status – State, County public hea…

PRESS RELEASE – City adjusts to new COVID risk status - State, County public hea... 4

2020-11-24 23:53:59

📣PRESS RELEASE – City adjusts to new COVID risk status – State, County public health orders require changes New and more stringent public health orders that took effect at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 24, require that the City of Loveland adjust operations of its services and facilities to comply with new restrictions. The continuing surge in coronavirus cases, hospitalizations, positive test results and other indicators in Larimer County will move the COVID-19 risk assessment to red, high risk. The change means that businesses, schools, houses of worship and other community institutions must modify their operations to accommodate new public health requirements. Likewise, the City will take measures… More

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