With class sizes as high as 40 students, can Arizona schools keep kids healthy?
From The Arizona Republic. May 18, 2020. Lily Altavena. Read more “COVID Problem: Classroom Size and Physical Distancing”
NAU Announces Plans for In-Person Classes in Fall 2020
From NAU Office of the President, April 30, 2020. Dr. Rita Hartung Cheng. Read more “NAU Announces Plans for In-Person Classes”
Under pressure to reopen this fall, school leaders plot unprecedented changes
From The Washington Post, April 27, 2020. Laura Meckler, Valerie Strauss, Moriah Balingit. Read more “Reopening School: Leaders Plan for Unprecedented Changes”
Coronavirus Pandemic Could Lead to Permanent Loss of Nearly 4.5 Million Child Care Slots
From Center for American Progress, April 24, 2020. Read more “50% Loss of Childcare in Arizona from Coronavirus”
Shine Bright Class of 2020
Our community will recognize all Flagstaff senior high school students beginning Monday, April 13, 2020, for the next twenty days. The stadium lights at Cromer Field will be turned-on for twenty minutes beginning at 8:20 p.m. each night to honor all Northern Arizona seniors in the 2020 graduating class.
The practice of turning on stadium lights to honor the Class of 2020 is a national movement where high schools are recognizing students. Cromer Field at Coconino High School is going to be the sole location in Flagstaff for this event to ensure compliance with community lighting practices.
Location Data Says It All: Staying at Home During Coronavirus Is a Luxury
From the New York Times, April 3, 2020. Jennifer Valentino-DeVries, Denise Lu and