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We appreciate our teachers here at SchoolTube. This week is all about you and acknowledging the hard work that goes into teaching. We see you and we love everything you do! This week is a big one in history! From the first American going into space to the Civil Rights Act being signed. A brief overview of SchoolTube and how we provide COPPA-compliant video creation, hosting, and sharing and distance learning solutions for K12 schools. Today is May 4th, which means it's "Star Wars" Day. If you love the movie franchise, watch this video to learn some fun facts about the series.
Simeon High School students are collaborating with non-profit Urban Growers Collective for the giveaway at the school campus, S. Vincennes Ave. Students organized the free event in collaboration with Urban Growers Collective , a Black- and women-led non-profit farm. The first people who show up will get a free keychain, organizers said. Subscribe to Block Club Chicago , an independent, c 3 , journalist-run newsroom. Already subscribe? Click here to support Block Club with a tax-deductible donation. The device, which appeared to be made from plastic PVC pipe, had both ends taped closed with duct tape and had a wick in the middle of it. It was not a bomb, however. Skip to contents.
While Michigan's COVID case rate remains one of the worst in the country , the state is hoping spring break doesn't become another hurdle for in-person instruction. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is hosting free coronavirus testing sites at local schools. Districts are encouraging families, especially those who travel for spring break, to get tested before coming back to school. So far, 38 districts have offered to host a site. Cracking down: Safety, families top of mind as Livonia considers regulating Airbnb, Vrbo homes. Easter Sunday: As Easter approaches, pastors grapple with division over masks, smaller congregations. Making progress: Canton police get green light for embedded social worker to force.