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My daughter is a second-grader in Oakland. This year has been a disaster. She gets, on average, 60-90 minutes of live instruction over Zoom daily and is left on her own the remainder of the day. I am a psychiatrist with a heavy patient burden, given the stress of the pandemic, and have been forced to cut my schedule to 50% time so I can help my daughter with the school throughout the day. In the past year, she has had periods of high anxiety as well as OCD-like symptoms. My daughter was previously a social and outgoing kid and it broke my heart when she couldn’t think of any friends she had when asked to write about an autobiography. As a psychiatrist, I fear for her mental health and all the other kids who aren’t as lucky to have a parent who was able to cut back on their work hours. We are failing our kids and no one seems to care. I believe this will stay with us for many years to come.” *** “I am the solo parent of a kindergartner. Since the school closed last March (my child was in TK), I have been unable to work full time. My child does somersaults on the sofa during Zoom classes, sits silently staring at the screen during breakout groups, and cries when we have school assemblies on Zoom. Flamingo I’m still standing Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Shirt, hoodie The disconnect from classmates is damaging. He said last week, ‘I don’t have a single friend in my class.’ My son was reading in May, then he stopped reading — refused, his own boycott of the conditions, until about a month ago. When staying home from school was medically necessary I committed to making it work. Now that there is no evidence that school transmission is a serious risk, vaccination rates are accelerating, and this generation of children is suffering, I can no longer “make it work.” We have to open schools before we open restaurants, gyms, churches.” *** “I am a parent in the OUSD system, which was beset by challenges before the pandemic. I am distressed and sad to see continued delays on getting back to any in-person instruction for even the youngest grades. I think that the learning and social/emotional impacts on students will be felt for years, that we are losing some students completely, and that the district will see greater enrollment challenges due to the delay; many families are already leaving the district. I support public education as a core of our community (micro and macro), and I am worried that these delays are going to destabilize the district in ways that will harm Oakland and its families for many years to come.
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The annual initiative, dubbed Beyond the Instrument, kicks off Monday (March 8) at Antioch High School with a virtual classroom visit by program ambassador and Nashville native Noah Cyrus and will consist of a four-week series of Music Forward-led workshops at the school, covering topics ranging from Music Business 101 to Music Marketing and more. The program will also fund Save The Music’s J Dilla Music Technology Grant, a comprehensive package of musical instruments, sound engineering equipment, and technology software that will arrive at Antioch by the start of the 2021/22 school year and “empower … students through learning the fundamentals of electronic music creation, recording, and production,” Sony said. “Beyond The Instrument is collaborating with first-class community partners, artists and songwriters to enhance music education programs and develop opportunities for underserved communities,” said Towalame Austin, executive VP, philanthropy and social impact at SMG, adding the company was thrilled to “continue SMG’s dedication and commitment to providing educational resources for the next generation of music professionals.”
Naperville School District 203 and Indian Prairie School District 204 announced Thursday they plan to reopen schools five days a week in early April after students return from spring break. The plans come two days after the Illinois State Board of Education tweaked its guidelines on safely reopening schools for in-person instruction, including a reduction in social distancing space from six feet to three. Face masks will continue to be mandatory. Both districts are to provide more information at their respective upcoming school board meetings. Flamingo I’m still standing Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Shirt, hoodie District 203 Superintendent Dan Bridges says the change in the distance requirements makes it easier to bring students back to school. “This updated guidance allows us to offer in-person learning, five days per week to our students at all levels following spring break,” Bridges said in a video posted Thursday. District 203 will begin the new schedule on April 7, but parents still have the option of keeping their children in remote learning, Bridges said. Early childhood students will move to a five-day morning or afternoon schedule, and preschool students will attend from 8:30 a.M. To 12:30 p.M. Elementary students will be in school from 8:15 a.M. To 2:30 p.M. And junior high students from 8 a.M. To 2:50 p.M. High school classes will start at 7:35 a.M. And end at 1:30 p.M. Lunch will still not be served for high schoolers, although grab-and-go meals remain an option. “Space continues to be an issue at the high school level, where our increased population of students creates a barrier to maintaining the required six feet of social distancing when eating,” Bridges said.
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More details will be discussed at Monday’s school board meeting, he said. Indian Prairie Superintendent Adrian Talley, speaking in a message to parents, said the plan is for elementary, middle, and high school students to return to five-day-a-week classes in April but did not specify if it would be on a full- or part-time basis. Officials are reviewing the state’s revised guidelines and plan to provide more information at the March 22 school board meeting, Talley said. Spring break for both districts is from March 29 to April 5. District 203 students are also off April 6 while Indian Prairie has a remote learning day scheduled for that day. Students who were waiting to be moved from remote learning to in-person classes have already made the switch, Talley said in his message. Families who had to send their children to other schools or were assigned a new teacher because their home school could not accommodate them will have the option of returning to their normal school and teacher, Flamingo I’m still standing Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Shirt, hoodie he said. The change in distancing rules will also allow the middle and high schools to reduce the number of students relegated to alternative learning spaces, such as hallways and common space areas because classrooms can house more students, Talley said. House Passes Bill To Allow Education Opportunity Accounts FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Republican lawmakers advanced legislation Thursday to make it easier for Kentucky students to cross district lines and potentially tap into funding pools to help pay school expenses, a measure critics say could threaten the viability of some school districts. The House voted 51-45 to pass the potentially far-reaching measure on the same day the proposal cleared a House committee. The bill — put on a fast track in the closing days of the legislative session — now goes to the Senate. Republicans dominate both chambers.