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« Reply #30 on: April 30, 2020, 05:27:15 PM »

Students, who are about to graduate are going to be Meeting their Tutors next week, not for real classes, more some sort of Consulting and Questions and answers, to make sure, they are on the Right track. The week after that all students, who will be graduating next year, plus those that will change from elementary to high/middle School will go too.
Universities are opening with enormous caution, there are one way roads on the Campus - so if you forgot your umbrella you have to circle back...
I was in my office today and my Boss almost smothered my with lysol. (My office is huge and I am alone in it.. seriously who am I infecting?)
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« Reply #31 on: May 18, 2020, 03:07:39 PM »

Hi there. Does anyone have experience with working with the younger students (Age 4-5) through virtual teaching? I have been asked to take on a maternity leave for a per-Kindergarten class from the start of the school year through the third week of December 2020. I've subbed for this teacher many times and am very familiar with her classroom routine, but was wondering if anyone was working with this age group during school shut down. The teacher and I have been in contact and will continue to work together, but I was just looking for some additional tips.

At this point in time, we're likely to start the school year in California with either virtual teaching or with a reduced day or reduced classroom size for in person teaching.
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« Reply #32 on: October 09, 2020, 05:24:51 PM »

Wanted to check in with our Dishers now that the school year has begun especially with those who are currently teaching or have children in Pre K-12 (nursery school-secondary school) to see how it is going for all of you. Has in person instruction begun in your community and if it has, how is it going? Los Angeles Co. with the exception of some special education classes still on distance learning mode.
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« Reply #33 on: October 09, 2020, 11:18:45 PM »

My children are out of college but several women I work with have been allowed to work from home and do patient intake, make and cancel appointments etc.
itís hard on us there but so great for the families and weíre all making it work. I do feel sorry for some of my neighbors who make the decisions to quit and stay home that really didnít want to. Also, some have done pods and thatís seemed to help but no one that Iíve spoken to really feel like itís successful.
My sister in another got her autistic son back ASAP when his school reopened and heís doing so much better. The longest Spring Break ever was so hard on him according to my sis. And home schooling him was a complete failure. He said if his teacher wasnít right there he didnít have to mind her ( yes they are working on those behaviors lol)
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