If you are driving near a school bus be alert for their flashing yellow lights. Once they are illuminated it is your signal that the red flashing lights and stop sign will soon be activated, requiring you to stop your vehicle. The fine for passing a stopped school bus is $465.00. It is important to remember, for the safety of everybody, that you must stop your vehicle when approaching any school bus with flashing red lights and extended stop sign, regardless of your direction of travel. The Trumbull Police Department will be conducting speed enforcement in school zones to provide a safe environment. … [Read more...] about Back To School Safety Tips From Trumbull PD
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ELK GROVE, Calif. – March 13, 2020 – Per the proclamation of a national emergency from the President of the United States and per the executive order from the Governor of California, and per the Sacramento County Office of Education's announcement of school closures, and per the Elk Grove Unified School District Board of Education's declaration of emergency conditions on Friday, March 13, 2020, in order to protect student, family and staff safety and well-being from the COVID-19 threat and in an effort to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the Elk Grove Unified School District Board of Trustees upon the recommendation of Superintendent Christopher R. Hoffman, have declared that EGUSD will remain closed through April 3, 2020 and will continue to be closed through the District's originally scheduled spring break, which ends April 11, 2020 for schools on Traditional as well as for Year Round calendars and April 18, 2020 for schools on the Modified Traditional calendar. … [Read more...] about EGUSD Trustees, Superintendent Declare School Closures Through April 3, 2020
Until recently, you could find public-elementary-school principal Bradley Goodman on any given weekday morning in the sun-filled recess yard at the East Village Community School in Manhattan, greeting arriving families and students, and overseeing a raucous, screaming, and generally joyous throng of kids kicking soccer balls, swinging from monkey bars, and chasing each other in circles. Like the rest of the city’s public-school teachers and administrators, Goodman didn’t know when he said good-bye to his students on March 13 that it would be the last time he’d see them for the foreseeable future. By the end of that weekend, the city’s schools would be indefinitely shuttered due to the coronavirus. Nor did he realize that some of his fellow colleagues, including, he believes, himself, had already been infected. Since then, Goodman, when not bedridden, has been navigating the abrupt transition to a still vaguely defined “remote-learning platform” and … [Read more...] about How Do You Get Laptops to 1.1 Million Public-School Students?
Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiSchumer calls for military official to act as medical equipment czar Overnight Health Care: Trump resists pressure for nationwide stay-at-home order | Trump open to speaking to Biden about virus response | Fauci gets security detail | Outbreak creates emergency in nursing homes McConnell: Pelosi trying to 'jam' Senate on fourth coronavirus relief bill MORE (D-Calif.) on Thursday announced the creation of a special House committee charged with overseeing the unprecedented, multitrillion-dollar federal response to the coronavirus pandemic. … [Read more...] about Pelosi forms House committee to oversee coronavirus response
"Governor Newsom issued Executive Order No. N-29-20, which further relaxes Brown Act requirements for teleconference meetings during this coronavirus emergency," city officials said. "The new order eliminates the requirement that the city provide a physical location from which the public might participate in meetings." … [Read more...] about Log In Remotely To Calabasas City Council Meeting