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Seattle Public Schools Superintendent Denise Juneau talks handling of pandemic and moving on

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01:09 min | 3 weeks ago

Seattle Public Schools Superintendent Denise Juneau talks handling of pandemic and moving on

"Seattle School District Superintendent Denise Juno says she has some regrets about how the district has navigated the pandemic or handling of the emergency for the last year, is said to be one of the reasons the school board opted. Not to extend her contract more from Cole's Carleen Johnson. The district is under investigation for taking too long to get those special ed students back into classrooms. But do you know explains their approach was different than many district's thought It was important to maintain that connection for students going to places where they were used to talking to the teacher that they knew and loved. And then also our teachers having access to classrooms that they were in it, so it took a little longer to make those matches. She says she does regret they were not prepared to get every student a laptop and WiFi connection when students were first sent home last spring, and she says teachers Didn't get all the help they needed for online learning, and those first months she is leaving at the end of June. Her replacement for the next year as interim superintendent is expected to be Dr Brent Jones, who served as Gino's director of equity and engagement. The school board will finalize that decision on

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"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:20 min | 2 months ago

"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

"By your statement that you can appreciate that. Pete up on the death. The FBI is still looking for several others and is asking the public for tips on who these people are and where to find them. And we have a link to the FBI's front page at common news dot com. There's trouble on Alaska Airlines flight Thursday night 14 people were on the flight from Washington, D. C. The Seattle and the airline says they became disorderly, refused to follow mask rules and continually harass the crew. Unclear if any in that group played a part in Wednesday's D. C. Protest. Those passengers have all been banned for life from Alaska Airlines. Washington has a goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 95% by the year 2050. Just released its latest plan on how it'll get there Come. Oh Soo Romero has the story. State Department of Commerce released its 2021 energy strategy to keep prices competitive, employ cleaner sources and beat greenhouse gas limits. Energy policy manager Glenn Blackman says petroleum, natural gas and coal are the state's most used sources. But electricity is the key to the future. And we need more electricity and to do that successfully. We need Tonto increase the amount of renewable Generation that we invest in both with in Washington and across the West. Blackman says They're working with lawmakers on a number of bills, including one on a low carbon fuel standard and another on clean energy for homes and buildings. C Romero Come on news updated coronavirus numbers for our state. The Health Department reports an additional 4829 cases, bringing the total number More than 268,600. They've not been more than 15,500 hospitalizations. And in the last 24 hours, an additional 65 deaths, bringing the total 3699 delays and reporting of covert numbers and worry about a lagged effect of the New Year's holiday on those numbers are among the concerns of Dr Ali Mokdad with UW's Institute for Health metrics and Evaluation. Says. We can't really tell if the high numbers were Syrian are a result of Christmas or of the reporting. Delays smoked out says We're catching up with the reporting and with the vaccination rate, but his other concern is in the near future. We have vaccines coding for the phases. Michael suddenness at one point of style would have more people willing to take the vaccine and allowed to take the vaccine and we don't have the best smoked out, also says he's worried that New Year's Eve meant more younger people partying outside there. Home circle, which he says could have more people without symptoms spreading the virus month after learning that Seattle School Superintendent Denise Juno was resigning in June, 1 of the newest members of the Seattle school Board has announced she's leaving effective immediately. Details from comas Carleen Johnson when even Mac first ran for District four position of the Seattle school board, the mother of three said she felt she could help make some changes. Long running issues she saw in the state's largest school system. Seattle schools has significant challenges with chronic under friending from Olympia, crowded buildings from Seattle's growth and systemic racial and economic inequity. But yesterday in a Facebook post, Max said the state needs to intervene because Seattle cannot help itself do with chronic underfunding and safety issues in schools. She posted the announcement, effective immediately, saying she could no longer participate in the ongoing systemic dysfunction is not serving the students and families of Seattle. So now the board has to find a replacement for Mac and outgoing Superintendent Juno Seattle Times reports School board policy requires member vacancies to be filled within 90 days. Carleen Johnson Coma news. Global News and from the Beacon Plumbing sports desk. The baseball world loses a great ambassador of the game details from Cuomo's Bill Swartz. He bled Dodger Blue spent 20 years at the helm of the Los Angeles Big League Club led the U. S Olympic team to gold medal and was without question the greatest ambassador of the game often speaking of baseball fundraisers here in King County. 1997 Tommy Lasorda gave a memorable speech at his Hall of Fame induction. I've been fortunate enough to win World Championships, All.

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"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:04 min | 2 months ago

"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

"Seattle. You're in the middle of 20 minutes of nonstop news on comb. Oh, it's 605. Tomorrow, Congress convenes to certify the Electoral college victory of Joe Biden and Kamila Harris. Local political experts talk to comas Charlie Harder about what might happen. There's been a lot of talk of Republican lawmakers objecting to the vote and attempting to overturn the results. But local Republican strategist Randy Peple doesn't think so. Well, I think, Charlie, this is a media creation. Absolutely Nothing is gonna happen Wednesday. Other than a lot of hot talk. That's all. Democratic strategist Kathy Allen says she learned really agrees. But there is a small chance the Republican Senate majority leader makes a move based on how the Georgia Senate elections turnout. If the Democrats were to win there. What happens is that Mitch McConnell says the only hope we have is to go ahead and make this as long as possible. Despite the lack of evidence and losing dozens of court challenges, President Trump says he won the election, and he supports the move to object. Who the electoral College vote Charlie Harder. Come on news. What's in it for any Washington state Republicans to go along with President Trump's pushed to overturn the results of the election will in the eyes of coma. Political analysts. Ron Dots hour Not much for representatives. Dan Newhouse or Cathy McMorris, Rodgers. Both Cathy McMorris, Rodgers and Newhouse represent are very, very red. Okay? So there may not be the same. Work for political consequences. If they do that, don't sour says any Washington Republican who supports the overturn effort will likely damage any potential plans for a statewide office run. New houses already reversed course and now says that he will not support the president's push. McMorris Rodgers says she will support the objections. Once President elect Joe Biden takes office. The University of Washington will be represented in the White House. A former U. Dub student body president has just been named Biden's deputy Cabinet secretary, Crystal Out Licks received his law degree from University of Washington before going on to work with Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. And then with Biden's campaign as a senior adviser. He also served as the founding president of the Latino Victory Fund. The Seattle school district sent out a survey today to find out how many students will be returning to classrooms. March 1st when the district hopes to reopen buildings for the youngest learners, pre K kindergarten and first grade students as well. A special ed students will be offered in person instruction or the option of staying home for remote learning filters in each classroom. We are increasing our custodial services. District Superintendent Denise Juno will be leaving the district in June when her contract expires and she made that decision in December after some members of the school board so that they did not support offering another contract. King County Public Health has ordered the closure of a sports bar in Kent as a result of the business continuing to host indoor dining. Steve Styler own stem piece on Pacific Highway and admits he's been serving customers inside. I'm not trying to make.

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"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 3 months ago

"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

"His time. 6 36 Denise Juno has decided not to seek a new contract is the superintendent of the Seattle school district, And she says she'll leave the district when her current contract ends in June, has been the greatest honor of my professional journey to serve Seattle public school students, families, school leaders, educators and staff. For the past 2.5 years, you know, has been the superintendent since July of 2018. But in October, the local N double A. C. P and other groups called for her to be fired, accusing her of making racism and sexism worse in the district. And just this week, the Seattle school board president said the votes weren't there to renew her contract. A man suspected that a burglary is in custody now after hiding in storm water pond pipes. Or from Cuomo's Eric Heights. Snohomish County Sheriff's deputies responded to a burglary in which cash, firearms and tools were reported stolen in Lake Stevens Monday afternoon. One suspect was already in custody, but another was hiding near 20th Street southeast in Sunnyside Boulevard after driving a truck down a hill to flee police before running away. He was eventually found hiding in pipes for a retention pond. Deputies say At first, he refused to come out but had be rescued, then taken into custody. After he became hypothermic Eric Heights. Come on news. An aerial drone equipped with a camera can spy on you from above. And if that weren't on settling enough, consider the new drone developed by the University of Washington. This one can get close enough to smell you. Call most Corwin hate. In fact, that's exactly what this drone about the size of a pigeon is designed to.

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"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 3 months ago

"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

"Morning. Come on, Use Art Sanders and now your top local stories from the comb over. 24 7 News Center cover. James Lee says the statewide restrictions he announced last month will stay in place until at least January. 4th. It was the right thing to do in November. It will be the right thing to do in December in our ability hopefully to get out from under these restrictions and not have our hospitals overwhelmed. Among other things, it means most indoor gatherings and endorse eating at restaurants will not be allowed is, Lee says he may Be opened a loosening the restrictions early If Covic case numbers were to significantly improve during what's been the most challenging school year ever, the head of Seattle public School says she's leaving. Superintendent Denise Juno sent a letter to students, families, families and staff know that I am not seeking a new contract with Seattle public schools by current contract this plan to finish at the end of June. She says The pandemics heard everyone in the community caused her personal pain as she shared that her father died from the virus. A few Weeks ago. Now your co Moh Dubin law group traffic on your joint base. Lewis McChord North Bound I five is reduced to a single lane between the main gate and gravelly lake Drive. Also in the Lakewood area. The gravelly lake drive on wrapped itself. Five is closed until 4 30 in Lacey, South bound. I've five at Martin Way to 93rd Avenue. Possible lane. Closures continue overnight for road work until 5 a.m. I'm J. Phillips Cuomo 24 7 traffic. The Kamo forecast. Why'd everybody heading into Wednesday with a bit of a brighter outlook? I know it was very.

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Seattle Public Schools Superintendent Denise Juneau Set To Leave

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00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Seattle Public Schools Superintendent Denise Juneau Set To Leave

"What's been the most challenging school year ever? The head of Seattle public School says she is leaving. Superintendent Denise Juno sent a letter to students, families, families and staff know that I am not seeking a new contract with Seattle public schools. Current contract this plan to finish at the end of June 2021 in her letter. She also talks about how the pandemic has heard everyone in the community and caused her personal plane at pain as she shared that her father died from the virus a few weeks ago. School board is expected to discuss next steps for the superintendent position at their next meeting. December 16th

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"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:16 min | 3 months ago

"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

"Denise Juno is not likely to be offered a contract renewal more for Cuomo's Carleen Johnson. There's been a lot of tension between you know, and the school board this year with the pandemic and accusations from the end of the BP and other local activists that she has exacerbated racism in the district for president Shandra Hampson tells The Seattle Times. You know it lacks the skills to effectively manage the district's operational challenges and respond to feedback from community members. The N double a C. P has claimed, you know, is alienated people of color in high management positions. She responded to that In late October, several of the men they listed chose to leave Seattle public schools for bigger and better roles in other districts and organizations. On a couple were asked to leave because of performance issues, You know, added that diversity hiring is up 10% above set goals in every department. Carleen Johnson Come on NEWS Seattle City Council is considering ways to help small businesses survive the pandemic. Intent here is to focus specifically on workers of small businesses. And that focus would come through a potential bill being discussed later this week by the City Council, where $5 million from the General fund could possibly be moved to help restaurants, gyms and other businesses hardest hit by Governor Hensley's recent restrictions, according to council member Lorena Gonzalez, If passed, at least $2.5 million would go toe workers. Who have had hours cut or have had lost their jobs entirely because of covert 19 protocols. I'm happy that this bill will hopefully help to provide some relief. Gonzalez hopes that they'll be able to vote on this bill later this week before finally going for the full council to vote on it next Monday. Nick PROBLEM Come on in Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan announces she's not running for re election. And she told comas Patrick Quinn. What prompted the decision. If I ran, I'd win. Jenny Durkin confident about a re electability as mayor of Seattle but told me campaigning would distract her from reopening the downtown core reimagining policing and getting a vaccine rolled out. We've got such hard work ahead of us is a city we still are battling covert. We will be in covert for months, maybe up to six more months or even longer. The former U. S attorney under the Obama Biden administration also smack down any speculation. And she could be jumping ship for a new job under the new president. I have not been approached for the position that Biden administration, talking hopes or last year in office will be less combative with Biden in the White House was attacked both by the president and the attorney general, the United States. I got death threats and hate mail, and people come to our house repeatedly and leave behind. Hate speech painted on our Cider House darkened told me those attacks did not factor into her decision. Nor did the tumultuous back and forth with City Council that led to police chief Carmen Best retiring. The Seattle Police Department has been found in contempt of court for its use of blast balls and pepper sprays against protesters. Earlier this year, Federal Judge Richard Jones ruled that there was no immediate threat to safety or public property to warrant that. Lisa Nolan is an attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union goal is to ensure transparency and accountability going forward. Our goal is to protect the protesters. Judge Jones found four violations of his previous order preventing the use of force against peaceful protesters with the ruling. The A C L u know how has until Friday to suggest what sanctions that's the city. Should face camo news time. 509 Brazilian airline is about to become the first carrier to resume regular flights of the recently ungrounded Boeing 7 37 Max in the first flight is set for tomorrow. More from Cuomo's Corwin hate the first flight. In fact, the first several flights of the re certified Max with paying customers aboard are scheduled for Wednesday, December 9th out of Sao Paulo, Brazil. This, according to Bloomberg News. The carrier is Rio de Janeiro based goal airlines. The service resumption is a milestone for Boeing. Coming at the end of a financially devastating year, during which Chief Executive Dave Calhoun says the company has rededicated itself to safety. We will never forget the accidents that put us in the place that we were ever We have re instilled, reinvigorated. Use any word you like everything that has.

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"denise juno" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:43 min | 3 months ago

"denise juno" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Good morning. Good morning, G Good morning, shaft. Good morning, everybody. All right Temperature check. Temperature check. I'm asking you listening. 99 73. How you doing, Ursula? Starting with you, buddy. Okay, you know you're doing, um, this'd is I wanted Friday was not a good day for me. So I am determined to make Monday. This day, a much better day. But I will tell you after watching the Huskies on Saturday and the Seahawks yesterday we cannot go over three. I've got to have a good day. So you guys are going to need to help me out. I mean, the husky. I mean, the Cougars lost too. So there's your three. Okay, Chef. How you doing, buddy? About 98 point into today. So I mean is long as I don't see that actual temperature go up. I count my blessings and say, All right, I'm doing okay. Today, stuff might not be the best, but Else. Good families. Good. Good, All right. How about you, G? You know, I could feel the vibe of the city of the town of the Pacific northwest in the state of Washington. And I think I'm doing about how everybody else is doing right like we're the date is December. 7th remember Pearl Harbor? This was the David that happened. But Something about this Monday. This is a very Monday Monday. You know what I mean? We're going to try to change that. That's what I'm saying. So we do the temperature check, So we gotta change that, So I gotta I just gotta feel how you guys need me to be. Do I need to be serious or do I need to be a little playful? Like I want to check the temperature, right as as is always with our show. I think we're gonna have a whole roller coaster of emotions. Ah and yeah, right, even within our top five, so hang on Ursula's top five news stories of the day right now. Seattle School Superintendent Denise Juno over the weekend said that she wants students in preschool through second grade back in the classroom every single day starting in March. She also wants to add in person services. For students with disabilities or at least more of those services and the Seattle Times is reporting today that under this new proposal, parents could choose to keep their kids at home still and still do the remote learning. This is the first time that the Seattle school direct District has now put out a major plan and of course, it would still have to get approval from the board, which she hopes will happen in the next week. But then there is gonna be what happens with the teachers union. Right? Ursula, I don't want to argue and fight with you and chef because I just want you guys to know that there's gonna be some change in me and things that.

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"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:51 min | 4 months ago

"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

"Is hiring more than 100,000 new jobs this season join team ups. There's a spot for you apply ups jobs dot com. Slash get hired. The next traffic is at 12 44 and the couple forecast from meteorologist Kristen Clark. Flashes of lightning rumbles of thunder, even small hail from thunderstorms, all due in part to a supercharged convergence zone and parts of Puget Sound looking at the potential for a few more thunder showers before the day is over, But we will likely see drier weather take over tonight and with the clearing sky into early Thursday. Carol out some spot seeing patchy frost as low temperatures will be in the mid to upper thirties to begin the day. Thursday will be a nice dry afternoon. A good day to may be prepared for the cold weather. That's to come because by Friday we are anticipating a storm that will bring about a cold rain of our western Washington. Heavy snow in the Cascades and a gusty wind in the northwest interior. We're expecting cumulate ing snow and our passes as well. So heads up past travellers Friday night, you will likely encounter winter driving conditions in the coma. Weather Center meteorologist Kristen Clark. The remaining clouds sure look thick out our windows, but it looks like sunshine might be overtaking the ratio of Clouds to son in Seattle 50 degrees at Kamo News Come on news time 12 36. Amazon has announced that tens of thousands of its employees can continue working from home until next summer. While this may be good news for the company's worker's restaurants and stores in Seattle, south like union are already suffering from a lack of foot traffic generated by the company. The work from home policy is now extended through June 30th 2021. And it only impacts the company's corporate office. Warehouse workers are exempt from that option. At this rate, the state of Washington is going to have its 100 1000th Covad 19 infection by Friday yesterday, an additional 489 infections were reported in that brings the current statewide total 2 99,150. It's usually around three or four PM in the afternoon every day. That the state releases its newest batch of numbers so we could see those numbers jump again around that time. Another couple hours from now. Washington State University is urging its football fans to stay home during the shortened football season. From the most great Herschel. We hear why ws use first game is November. 7th and school President Kirk Schultz says that during the covert crisis he wants Cougar football fans to root responsibly rather than gather in crowds. No Spectators are allowed any Pac 12 game this year and tailgating is prohibited on the Pullman campus. In addition of the Compton Union building will be closed and viewing from outside Martin Stadium will be blocked by screens. Greg Hershel to Cuomo News. Snohomish County's top health officials say that kids in third grade and younger may attend school in person, but older students should continue to learn remotely. Health officer, Dr Chris Spitters is making the recommendations in the face of the county's rising covert 19 count. He says schools should continue providing in person learning to disabled and other high need students. Seattle School Superintendent Denise Juno is coming under fire from the local and of Lacey P. President Gerald Hankerson says that Juno has removed staffers of color and failed to implement an ethnic studies curriculum that's truly in my heart believe In these Juno don't give a damn about the black community and Juno's office did release a statement listing more than 20 accomplishments that have been made in the name of racial equity. Juno herself declined an interview. The King County Sheriff's Office is investigating a woman's death and shoreline as a homicide. 25 year old Zane Mitchell was found dead in a parking lot on Aurora Avenue for multiple stab wounds. Authorities have not said what led up to the death and they did not release any information about a possible suspect. Seattle City Council still on track to cut police funding by half as it works through the 2021 budget process, Councilmember Tanny Morales wants to use the money to invest in communities of color. We can't really demonstrate that random patrols actually prevent crime or protect the public. I'm not inclined, Tio prioritize, maintaining a staffing level that's based on What seems like arbitrary metrics. The council is also considering further cuts in overtime emphasis, patrols and moving the harbor Patrol to the fire department. The mayor only wants to cut the police budget by 12%. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan, addressing the historic number of officers leaving the Seattle police Department in the midst of the budget cuts, almost Patrick Quinn spoke with her. We flipped through hundreds of pages of exit interviews, one departing officer wrote. Which pushing them out the door, the total lack of respect and support from the city Council and mayor, the mayor said to improve officer morale, We have to show them they matter that starts with you know them, knowing that their elected officials, the mayor and the City Council's support them in their work, and then we will give them the resources. They need to do the job in the way that community demands, But the community, including the mayor and council is demanding the police do less..

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"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:17 min | 6 months ago

"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

"The pennies are family. It's not gonna go with the family just lay family was joined by their attorney and leaders of several community organizations. Not only back the family claims of a cover up, but who say Sheriff Mitzi Joe Hank Nick is complicity. They say if she doesn't do something they'll push to remove her from office and arrest has been made in a decades old murder in Tacoma. The FBI says Andrei Mendez was taken into custody. That incident this week in Mexico is accused in the death of Saul Lucas Alfonzo. He was shot and killed March 25th 2010 after confronting a number of people who are ransacking a vehicle. Decades of progress fighting nicotine addiction has been reversed by one company. That's the charge new lawsuit filed by Attorney General Bob Ferguson against the VAPING product maker jewels more from comas Carleen Johnson. Ferguson says Jule is mostly responsible for the staggering rise and Vaping among teens owning more than 70% of the Vaping product market. Young consumers who said When they started out, they didn't even know it was addictive, but not for a long time. Even make clear there was nicotine in their cigarettes. Ferguson says Jules Deceptive marketing Strategies appealed to youth intentionally whose Twitter audience in 2018 was 80% between the ages of 13 in 20. Her advertising was focused on young people. E cigarettes or vapors are battery operated devices that create an inhalable vapor containing nicotine that could be charged in the USB port and are slightly larger than a stick of gum. Teen users easily able to hide their habit. Jewels claimed their products are aimed at helping smokers get off tobacco. And that they do not intentionally market to young people. Carleen Johnson Come Anu, Alaska Airlines has offered a helping hand for thousands of Seattle students who are learning remotely. The Seattle based airline help deliver 12,000 ipads to Seattle public schools today. They're for students in kindergarten through second grade. Alaska stepped in after the shipment was delayed in the Boston warehouse because of logistical reasons. Seattle School Superintendent Denise Juno says the airline offered up its services to get the ipads and students in time for school. Everything.

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"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:17 min | 6 months ago

"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

"The bandwidth to go through those You know tens of thousands of e mails with our current staff. It's just not feasible. Opiates director says the office will issue its first set of findings regarding all these protests in the next two weeks. Findings that were resulted from the May 30th incident. And that includes pepper spring of that young girl that Mark Mitch communions. Those on unemployment are about to get another $300 a week. The money is on top of the usual benefits, and it comes from the federal government. It's called lost wages assistance and is made available due to a grant from FEMA. However, the state still needs to figure out how to distribute the money. That's comas. Jeff Po Djula. Seattle School Superintendent Denise Juno tells KOMO that the district and its teachers have learned a lot since schools were dismissed in March. I think everybody in our system those that we need to be better from the emergency education that we were doing in the spring And transitioning to a more consistent, predictable experience for students and families. She says. That will mean lots of live online interaction during the school day, with opportunities for offline learning as well. Seattle public schools will begin online school on September 4th. And Seattle Police chief Carmen Best retires next week and it turns out she was thinking about it. Nearly two weeks before the announcement more from comas Greg her Schultz. The Seattle Times reports best ask the State Department of Retirement Systems on July 28th for an estimate on what her pension would pay her. This came one day after the City Council introduced a plan to eliminate 100 officers and slash her salary by more than $140,000. The following day, she was told her pension would pay between 117,000 and nearly $135,000 a year. For the rest of her life, depending which benefit option. She chose Carmen best work for the Seattle Police Department for 28 years. She worked her way up from the ranks of officer to Sergeant Lieutenant captain and then deputy chief. Her current salary as chief is $285,000, and that's comparable to what the police chiefs in San Francisco and San Antonio make. Greg Herschel Co Moh news. Coma news Time is 9 40. From the Comb O sports. Just time to check in with Bill Schwartz, former Seattle Seahawks defensive star is looking for a new football team. Over the weekend, Baltimore released veteran Earl Thomas after he punched a teammate during practice. Now a Seahawks fans recall. Thomas flipped the bird towards coach Pete Carroll after suffering a leg injury in his last season with Seattle, and they would not give him a contract extension. Pete Carroll today asked for his thoughts about Earl Thomas's situation now feel bad for him. You know, he could have avoided that from happening. Whatever it was, I don't know what happens particularly but That's a bad state to get in When they send you home. There's good news concerning Seahawks defensive end Brandon Jackson. He was knocked unconscious during Saturday's mock game has been released from the hospital, in fact, was attending team meetings today. Both Miami Hurricanes and NFL Miami Dolphins plan to allow a maximum 13,000 fans to watch home games in person. The Mariners completed a foreign one homestand with victory over Texas Yesterday. They get tonight off and open a road trip in San Diego tomorrow. Sports updates of 10 and 40 After the hour, Bill Schwarz come on, is Finding the next job is a big job and.

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"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:09 min | 6 months ago

"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

"Was May 31st 2019 Nelson responded to a disorderly conduct call where Saray was seen to be throwing items at cars and kicking buildings that you got into a physical fight A Nelson shot and killed him. Prosecutors say Nelson didn't follow his training. His attorney plans to argue the shooting was in self defense. He pleaded not guilty and was booked on a half million dollars bail. Carleen Johnson come Oh news. It's that public health district now says there are at least 45 confirmed cases of covered 19 linked to an outbreak at Saint Michael Medical Center in Brammer Terry, of whom our staff in 15, or patients. We expect this counts. Gonna grow is the hospital continues comprehensive testing of staff and patients. That's doctor give Morrow, who tells us the first case was a staff member who treated patients and who reported feeling sick about three weeks ago that person's patients than had to be contacted about the outbreak. Parent company, Ch. I Franciscan says three units in the hospital were affected and all the patient's discharge from those areas have been notified. That's 15 more than when we were talking about that on Friday on Friday, the site of a major outbreak of covert 19 in eastern Washington is now clear of the virus. At one point, the prestige post acute and rehab center in Ellensburg had nearly 70 cases. At least four people died. Now the kid attest. County Health Department says the facility is in the clear. They say there are no active cases at prestige and the last positive test was on July 30th. However, the rehab center continues strict containment measures to prevent another outbreak. In just 11 days. The school year starts for students in Seattle and combos. Charlie Hargo tells us what the superintendent is saying you should expect, Superintendent Denise Juno says it won't be perfect, but they have made big improvement since the sudden cancellation of in person classes back in March. She says. There will be a lot more live interaction with teachers. There will be versions of life teaching, and there will be versions of this on the manager. You could go and learn and dive. Deeper with resource is that I provided to you, Gino says. Everyone in the district knows they need to be better than what happened last spring and says this year will be much more consistent and predictable for families. Charly Harder. Come. Oh, Nils! At.

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"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:23 min | 7 months ago

"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

"97 7. Good afternoon 12 31 from the camo 24 hour News Center. I'm Jeff Pooja. The crew of a Seattle based fishing boat became Copan 19 test subjects while at sea, And they may have helped researchers answer an important Corona virus. Question. Como's Corwin Haig has more. The question is whether a person infected once with covert 19 can be re infected. The Seattle based vessel American trawler became a floating lab when researchers from Fred Hutch on the University of Washington tested nearly every crew member before the ship headed out to sea. All tested negative, and three showed neutralizing antibodies, meaning they'd have the virus and recovered. While let's see there was a covert outbreak. 85% of the crew got sick, but the three with antibodies did not solid evidence that antibodies prevent reinfection. The shipboard outbreak was a lucky break for researchers. Up to now It's been difficult to prove neutralizing antibodies suppress the virus, because, well, it's unethical to deliberately expose a person even if they've already had it. Korwin Hey HQ co Moh news The first few days of the school year for students in Seattle will likely be spent making sure families have what they need for remote learning. State school Superintendent Excuse me. Seattle School Superintendent Denise Juno answered parents questions during a Facebook live event yesterday, you know, says teachers will be taking attendance was students required to be engaged and completing online work. Unlike back in spring, when far too many students simply dropped off the radar soon won't be staring at screens for six hours. Oh, she explained how they'll measure required instructional time. There are a number of student activities that count or the state required instructional minutes that includes recess. Social emotional supports. Family connections. Meetings with counselors, she said, when the virus slows and a return to at least partial in person instruction is possible options could include holding classes outside. But when might that happen is hard to say. We don't know, but We don't know. September the Fourth is the first day for students in Seattle with the preschoolers and kid New Gardener starting a few days later on the eighth. Carleen Johnson. Come on news. Come on any time 12 34. Let's get a check with roads here, Marina Rock, and you're keeping an eye on him. Well, we just have this issue South.

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"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 7 months ago

"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

"Peters could activate at any time 24 hours a day, he says. The meters will help make sure that drivers take turns using the zipper method of merging on the South five, which it's very congested from Lacey to Olympia nearly every afternoon. A formal petition was filed to recall Councilmember Chama. So what? A week after the Seattle City Council voted to defund the police Department. Almost Patrick Quinn says it follows a similar effort to recall Councilmember Lisa, her bowls of AH, complaint of charges earning. Lou filed the paperwork with the King County Elections office, the first step to re calling City Council member Schamus want. She's does not represent our views, but you cannot Elston elected leader based on their view, something Mayor Jenny Durkin when we asked about her own, Rick I'll petition pointed out. The lie is clear that you cannot recall someone for making a decision that you just politically disagree with. But in his complaint, Blue argues, it's more than just want socialist ideologies he argues to want violated city and state law by misusing city resource is and her official authority when, in June she opened up City Hall. The protesters And took part in a march to Mayor Jenny Darkens house, according to the state Constitution of politician can be re called it That official quote has committed some actor acts of malfeasance or misfeasance while in office or has violated his oath of office. It'll be up to a superior court judge to decide if it meets the threshold of a recall vote. Do you believe the judge will find cause We totally believed that if a judge agrees Lou will have 180 days to collect roughly 10,000 signatures. Patrick Quinn come on in. And as for the online petition calling for the recall of City councilman release her bold. Her district district One covers neighborhoods in West Seattle. The petition says her bold has not followed through on campaign promises when it comes to police Department funding. Seattle School Superintendent Denise Juno says attendance will be taken every day.

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Seattle School Board approves remote learning plan to start the school year

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Seattle School Board approves remote learning plan to start the school year

"Plan for remote learning for students this fall. Not without concerns, though they adopted plan includes mandatory Covad safety measures. But board member Eden Mac was not impressed with a lack of details and educational requirements like weekly schedules set attendance. When will we actually see? An actual proposal of here is the actual communications plan here is specifically how attendance is going to be taken in each school, etcetera. Seattle Superintendent Denise Juno emphasize. The plan, provided by the state Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction is not set in stone but serves as a template for each district to flush out on its own. A district says it will provide more details next week, just ahead of the first day of school scheduled for September seconds. Another change is coming for

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"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:35 min | 7 months ago

"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

"News Times, 606 The first day of school just a few weeks away. Now, the Seattle school board unanimously adopted a plan for remote learning for students this fall Come O Seu Romero has the update. The template for school districts to follow was provided by the state Office of Public Instruction and was recommended by Seattle Superintendent Denise Juno. I cannot in good conscience, ask our staff, students and community to be in spaces together. That could increase the risk of covert transmission, so the plan includes safety measures to prevent the spread of covert 19. Some board members were concerned over the lack of details for educational requirements like online schedules, attendance and outreach to families. School District staff said they would continue to work on that information, but admitted they may not have some of it until after the start of the school year, which is set for September 2nd. Sue Romero. Come on news. There has been a shooting this morning in Takoma involving the police. This happened there, 36 M Street. Lakewood Police are leading the investigation. The chief there tells us that he should have an update for us shortly. We haven't been able to confirm yet who has been hurt or how badly Ah young Seattle police officer who made a big impression on chief Carmen best his part of a diverse group of new hires who could soon lose their jobs under the Sweeping cuts approved by the Seattle City Council. Marcus Jones says he joined the force because he wanted to make a difference in the community. I shouldn't be looked at as if I'm going to harm you or intend to harm you. I'm here to help you as best I can 36% of new recruits and student officers or people of color, 16% are women. Current rules require police layoffs to occur by removing those with the least seniority first, however, the city Council wants to target officers who have a history of misconduct. Pierce County Sheriff Paul Pastor says the coming retirement of Seattle police chief Carmen Best is a huge loss for the city of Seattle and for law enforcement in general. He was Cuomo's Carleen Johnson. Sheriff Paul passed, door says It's unfortunate that Chief best is leaving. But given the political climate in Seattle, he understands her decision to go still a huge loss. Foresee at advantage to Seattle Tohave, a black woman chief. It is even more of an advantage to have us chief with the strengths and talent. She even a Seattle moves to cut the police budget to the tune of about 100 officers. Pierce County is hiring the county Council approved at the sheriff's request, signing bonuses of $10,000 to lure officers, perhaps from Seattle to fill vacancies in Pierce County. Shares what a recruiter told him almost 50 years ago. You want to make a difference in the community? You want to change the world. Get a haircut. Remember, was 1970 to get a haircut. Put on a badge and you can change the world. One individual one family in one community that time Carleen Johnson come. Oh news Last night, Protesters in Bend, Oregon blocked a bus carrying people detained by ice. Department of Homeland Security tell CNN agents were there to arrest two undocumented individuals who have a history of violence bend police say they were informed the agents were in town but did not take part in the operation. The agents eventually left in the protesters dispersed peacefully. A riot was declared again last night in Portland. We get details from comas, Frank Lindsay overnight, police told a crowd of about 200 people gathered outside Portland's Justice Center toe leave immediately. Otherwise they could be arrested or subject to tear gas or other crowd control agents. Our sister station K two in Portland reports fireworks were going off in that area. And there was a fight between protesters. There's been days of protests in Portland and police declared some of them unlawful assemblies or riots. That Justice center and the adjacent federal courthouse have been flashpoints of violence For days. Federal officers and protesters clashed at the courthouse until the Trump administration and Oregon's governor came to an agreement for those federal agents to leave. That happened at the end of July. Frank Lindsay Comeau News. A wildfire is threatening at least 300 homes in the Oregon town of Mosher in the Columbia River Gorge. So far, it's burned at least 500 acres. It is growing very windy out there, so that's really a challenge. That's Christy Shaw with the Oregon Department of Forestry. The most creek fire was reported just after four o'clock burning about two acres. Adjacent two hander state 84. In just a few hours yesterday, and it's scorched Hundreds of acres. Motions about five miles east of Hood River. Kamo News Times, 6 10 Let's talk sports. Now with Tom Hudler from a brilliant start by Taiwan, Walker was wasted by the Marinersbullpen last night. Walker went six innings gave up just a unearned run. But over the final two innings, Texas got six runs, including five in the bottom of the eighth for a 74 win. Texas took two of three from Seattle today. The Mariners get their first off day of the season after opening with 20 straight games. The Big 12 conference, moving ahead with plans to play college football and other fall sports joining the Atlantic Coast Conference in Southeastern Conference in taking the field a bit that Corona virus pandemic Big 12 commissioner bobbles. We talked about why his conference will play when the pact all decided not to when they made the decision that they made. Certainly it causes us to look at the things that they indicated were drivers for them, and we have to make our own assessments on those those same criteria. What we have heard from our experts is that that some of the ramifications of the virus they big 12 I'll join the Atlantic Coast Conference in Southeastern Conference is moving ahead with plans to play the Seahawks at the field today for a second day of practice at the V. Mac and Renton building toward their first full pad practice Monday. And a Seattle storm pounded Atlanta 163. They win their fifth straight and they improved to eight and one overall. Sports attended £40 each hour. Tom Butler, Come on who's.

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"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:56 min | 7 months ago

"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

"The Common Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Kristen Clark in Bellevue at 73 Seattle 73 to come attempt 72 same than ever, and where it's 72 degrees. And you're in the middle of 20 minutes of nonstop news on co mo. For the first time in a long time, Washington added fewer than 600 new covered cases yesterday. And while that seems like encouraging news, Como's Brian Calvert says, there's another number that tells a very different story. Officially, we added 542 new cases yesterday and for the first time in a while our 14 day averages under 800 new cases daily. Have been those who say they're more positives because more people are being tested. That is true, so it's important to consider a second number positivity rate keeps you a different picture. In that you are testing. And you can see what proportion of the entire population that's being tested actually is positive. That's Portland State biology professor Louise Radius Right now, Washington's positivity rate is 5.8%. Oregon's is 6.1% and both are among the highest in the country. Gonna start. Opening schools, universities. There's there's gonna By force, and he says the positivity rate could possibly get higher as a result. Brian Calvert CAMO NEWS Seattle school superintendent, Denise Juno will be speaking directly to parents this afternoon at a virtual town hall. She's pushing to have classes start online this fall Co. Mostly stole says To make that happen. The district will have to get computers to all students by next month. That push started in March, when 10,000 computers Were distributed with poor or homeless students getting priority. Amazon also delivered 8200 computers to elementary students. Staff also helped families sign up for free Internet. Over the summer, 30%.

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Seattle, several other school districts will start school year with remote learning

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Seattle, several other school districts will start school year with remote learning

"Cove in 19 cases in our state, the superintendent of the Seattle's school district is recommending remote on Ly learning this fall. I don't take this decision lightly. It was made after consulting and in partnership with neighboring districts and working with our educators and school leaders Superintendent Denise Juno. The school board is expected to vote on that next month. Other school districts in the area also planning for online learning this fall. Highline, North Shore, Kent, Auburn, Renton and Bellevue. US like dip in

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Seattle Public Schools look at preliminary plan to reopen in the fall

News, Traffic and Weather

00:29 sec | 8 months ago

Seattle Public Schools look at preliminary plan to reopen in the fall

"Expected to reopen their doors this fall. But Superintendent Denise Juno warns it won't be five days a week. It is important for people to know that we are moving forward with the hybrid model of at least two times a week in person and the option with the hundreds that remote learning, she says. Students who do go to in person classes two days a week. We'll take the other three days online. A final plan is expected in mid August. But she warns things could change if the Corona virus outbreak war zones. Washington

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"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

"With half the technology access foundation couples Carly Johnson reports the decision is controversy ill because it would mean phasing out the highly capable program staff was founded by a former Microsoft employee they emphasize project based learning sixth through twelfth graders working a lot in groups there's job shadowing and internships to F. as of the campus in federal way it's a Holly work Aaron McDonald is a science teacher color me to see teachers students who are different or weird or in the anime or how strange colors for different kinds of music they like they need to have somebody they can connect and the district pitch the partnership with chaff as a way to turn around outcomes for students of color bolster stem education the problem is doing that they've decided will phase out the highly capable program for advanced students school superintendent Denise Juno is argued that program which predominately in roles white and Asian students creates racial segregation within school so she wants to phase it out the school board has strongly objected there may be some middle ground and what they decide today Carly Johnson come on news there are more allegations of sexual assault on a north kids up school bus the new allegations detailed in a lawsuit about to be filed claim a ten year old student with aggressive behavior was put onto a school bus for special education students had allegedly assaulted a seven year old girl over two days in early December the kids up some reports the prosecutor initially declined to file charges but is re examining that decision just last month north kids at school district settled with for families whose young children with special needs were repeatedly assaulted on a school bus in the twenty fourteen fifteen school here on a bill to ban flavored vape products is expected to draw big crowds to the state capitol today the bill would be governor Jay Inslee is temporary ban all flavored vapes permanent Senate committee is going to be debating a bill coming up this afternoon this is what the bill would do would do a number of things that would ban products that contain vitamin a acetate.

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"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"denise juno" Discussed on KOMO

"That's going into the ocean he says the environmental protection agency will be putting out a notice of the city's violations related to its homeless problem and population the mayor of San Francisco responding tonight calling the president's claims ridiculous and saying no debris from the city flows into the bay or the ocean thousands of students are planning to walk out of class for a global climate strike on Friday but their activism will come with consequences students in Seattle will get an unexcused absence if they skip school for this organizers of the strike say more students might participate if they knew they wouldn't be penalized a lot of my friends who are really in the middle of not going in there only in the middle because they know that there's going to be consequences. in a letter to the city council superintendent Denise Juno explains that while the board supports the students right to protest issues of importance the absences do not meet the criteria defined by state law or board policy for being excused a new proposal from Noah could help expand protections for endangered southern resident orcas right now the orcas critical habitat designation only covers a small area from the Canadian border through the strait of Juan de Fuca in Puget Sound the proposal would increase that protected area by more than seven times stretching another fifteen thousand square miles to point Sir California so it covers their foraging and traveling areas along Washington Oregon and northern California if this is approved and implemented federal agencies would be forbidden from doing any activity that could damage or destroy the orcas habitat including their food source and hunting grounds. coming up tailgaters and transient the two groups that could be fighting for space at Sunday Seahawks game live business leaders are calling.

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"denise juno" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"denise juno" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"At least they saw in him uh potential for a republican who could push back against what was becoming the dominant thrust of the republican party with regard to public lands so they threw their support gm for example the outdoor industry of america endorse ryan zinke and his congressional campaign in two thousand sixteen against denise juno and that that was a big deal and the thinking i think goes all the way back to his first state senate run when montana conservation boaters also endorsed him against his democratic rival because the logic was it would be better to have a socalled green republican in the republican caucus than yet another green democrat you know to to be a green democrat is almost attacked us stance now but uh he's conservation organisations think that they need people within the republican party who are willing to to push back against their agenda is with regard to conservation environment from with it so when ryan zinke was nominated to become secretary of interior a lot of these concentration organizations had helped his cause in fact don trump jr was instrumental so the story goes and getting frame think he's name into consideration for the post and he's a big hunter he's a life member of the missoula montana base organization callback country einarsen anglers and definitely the folk from dha and the folks from teddy roosevelt concentration partnership and other groups have been involved and helping don jr float zinc he's name for the post because some of the other options were what you might call apocalyptic in one of the earliest considerations with sarah palin and that you got people who were slightly better but still pretty radical kathy mcmorris rogers from washington for example was a highprofile consideration so i don't think these groups thought to think he was going to be the best secretary of interior and the history of the country but i think they thought that he would be a bulwark against some of be really dangerous things that would likely come out of the trump administration with regard the clan and with and out of this republicancontrolled congress where rob bishop is the chairman of the house natural resources committee and he's an extremely aggressive anti public lands p regulations focused congressman from utah so i think they thought.

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