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02:06 min | 10 months ago

"superintendent david jack" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Kindergarten through second grade, says Superintendent David Jack. The greatest loss Loss is K to S. Oh, that would be the priority is with those grades, Jack says that'll start by mid March as more staff gets vaccinated. I'm confident that by March 15th we should have the lion's share of our staff complete the vaccination program, Jack adds. The goal is to get all grades K through 12 back in school four days a week, with Wednesday still reserved for deep cleaning by early April. Barber Britt W. M. A. L and W m a l dot com President Biden and posing Sanctions on the Burmese military after its takeover of that nation's government. President Biden called on the Burmese military to relinquish control and free government leaders. He's also denying access to a billion dollars in funds for Burma held in the U. S. And plant the sanction the leadership behind the coup, as well as their business and family ties. We will identify at first round of targets this week. We're also gonna pose strong exports controls. Biden says The sanctions will not affect aid going directly to the Burmese people, he added. Retaliation could result in additional penalties. GURNAL Scott Fox NEWS Washington football team reaching confidential settlement with some of its former cheerleaders over lewd videos shot without their knowledge. Wedge video shots were out takes from promotional videos made more than a decade ago that showed the women's private areas edited and saved without their knowledge. An attorney for the team, told The Washington Post. All matters related to those videos have been resolved, but no details of the settlements have been given. This is the team awaits the findings of an NFL investigation into its workplace culture and is the team considers whether to bring back the cheerleading squad in the future. The programs on pauses the team rebrand from its past as the Redskins John Matthews on W. M A. L and W m a l dot com On Wall Street, the Dow finished the day up. 62 points the S and P 500 down one, the NASDAQ down 35 double drama L traffic and weather Next. This is how.

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"superintendent david jack" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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02:25 min | 10 months ago

"superintendent david jack" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Kindergarten through second grade, says Superintendent David Jack. The greatest learning loss is K to S. Oh, that would be the priority is with those grades, Jack says. That'll start by mid March as more staff gets vaccinated. I'm confident that By March 15th. We should have the lion's share of our staff complete the vaccination program, Jack adds. The goal is to get all grades K through 12 back in school four days a week, with Wednesday still reserved for deep cleaning by early April, Barber breath W M a L and W m a l dot com The opening arguments in the second impeachment trial of former president Trump taking place in the Senate, Maryland congressman Jamie Raskin, the lead house. Impeachment manager describing in basic terms what he feels the case means to the country and the fact that those who came to Washington on January 6th were very prepared to do exactly what they did. In the days leading up to the attack. You'll learn that there were countless social media post news stories and, most importantly, credible reports from the FBI in Capitol police that the thousands gathering for the president's Save America March. Were violent, organized with weapons and we're targeting the capital. Meanwhile, President Trump is free to continue living in Mar a. Lago, at least one resident of Palm Beach, Florida, had complained that former President Donald Trump was violating local zoning by living at the Mar a Lago club full time. That changes in rules to allow the property to operate commercially didn't allow him to live there permanently. But now the town council president in Palm Beach, says there is no problem with him. Calling the club his home. The council refused to even vote on the matter and attorney for Trump's club says Trump as an employee of the club as well as its owner can legally stay there. In Broward County, Florida Evan Brown Fox News Washington football team has reached a confidential settlement with some of his former cheerleaders over lewd videos shot without their knowledge. The alleged video shots were out takes from promotional videos made more than a decade ago that showed the women's private areas edited and saved without their knowledge, an attorney for the team told The Washington Post. All matters related to those videos have been resolved, but no details of the settlements have been given. This is the team awaits the findings of an NFL investigation into its workplace culture and is the team considers whether to bring back the cheerleading squad in the future..

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"superintendent david jack" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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03:15 min | 10 months ago

"superintendent david jack" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Second grade's as superintendent, David Jack. The greatest learning loss is K to S. Oh, that would be the priority is with those grades, Jack says. That'll start by mid March as more staff gets vaccinated. I'm confident that by March 15th we should have the lion's share of our staff complete the vaccination program. Jack adds, The goal is to get all grades K through 12 back in school four days a week, with Wednesday still reserved for deep cleaning by early April. Barber BREATH W M A. L and W m a l dot com Lawmakers in Loudon must be hearing it from residents concerning school closings. Because this week's budget presentation by the school board to the Board of Supervisors has been pretty tense moments. I plan to introduce a motion to withhold 10% of the school's budget until L. C PS produces a detail. Six dates certain plan for wind to return. 100% in personal learning. Supervisor Mike Turner's proposal drew sharp pushback from both school board members and other supervisors who deemed the plan to be a threat that would have a direct impact on the county's ability to hire new teachers When there's already a teacher shortage President Biden heads to the Pentagon today for his first visit is commander in chief. The White House has the president will highlight the nation's first black defense secretary Lloyd Austin. And pay tribute to the history of black service members. Press secretary Jen Psaki says the visit is personal to the president as his late son served, and they during the Delaware National Guard Beau Biden was awarded the Bronze Star for his service in Iraq. President Biden is taking on a number of defense issues, including nuclear ambitions in Iran and North Korea and the conflict in Afghanistan. Rachel Sutherland. Fox is day two of the impeachment trial of former President Trump gets underway An hour from now, sources tell Fox News of former president is beyond angry with his legal team in particularly upset with attorney Bruce Castor, who made the argument the trial's unnecessary because voters chose a new administration in the light most favorable to my colleagues on the other side of the aisle here, their system works. Trump Watch Day one from his home in Florida, another defense attorney, David shown Then accused Democrats of abusing the impeachment process for political gain. Rachel Sutherland boxes how tow avoid protest surrounding the playing of the national anthem that Dallas Mavericks have stopped playing it altogether. Team owner Mark Cuban says it's his decision and didn't elaborate on it, saying nobody had noticed. In fact, the move went unnoticed through the 1st 13 combined preseason and regular season games because the Mavericks didn't publicize it. Cubans been a vocal supporter of those who wish to kneel during the playing of the anthem and envious. Grossman says. Under the unique circumstances of this season, teams were permitted to run their pregame operations as they see fit south. He ingress so false news. The Dow is up 35 points, the NASDAQ Down 70 traffic and weather next It's a podcast about money. But stacking Benjamin's not only has great financial insight it's laid back with humor to princes, the state undervalued by $80 Million. What a mask. You didn't have a plan ahead of time to minimize the tax, but now he has a court system. Everybody's being paid by the hour. You think this is going to drag on for a while? Yeah, you think in a state plan is just something that you have to do?.

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03:36 min | 10 months ago

"superintendent david jack" Discussed on WTOP

"This hour. Some D C. Public school students are back in the classroom, and teachers want to make sure schools they're safe. But we're learning that despite concerns over safety from some staff members, the teachers union will not strike in a letter to schools Chancellor Dr Lewis Fair being mayor Mariel Bowser, the Washington teacher's Union says its decision to vote against a strike Makes clear to desire to work with district leaders. The union says it would now like to work with officials to create a situation room to help better identify and respond to emergency issues. They'd also like to see reassurance. Safety guidelines are being followed, the union's president pointed out numerous reports of violations and a recent death as her main concerns. Over the weekend, a cosmetology teacher died of health complications. And so far, 107 D C. Public schools, employees and 34 students have tested positive. Melissa Howell w T. O B. Innes. Meanwhile, many Arlington students will be heading back to the classroom next month. It has been nearly 11 months and schools closed. And now new plans have been announced to get Arlington public School students back in the classroom. This comes after Governor Ralph Northam urge schools to offer in person learning options by mid March. In a statement from Superintendent Francisco Durant, students who have opted for hybrid learning will head Class two days a week, some attending a Tuesday Wednesday schedule and others say Thursday Friday schedule pre K through second grade are scheduled to head back March. 2nd third through sixth grade and ninth graders will head back the following week on the ninth and the rest will head back on March. 16th Duran also announced that over half of Arlington teachers have received their first vaccine Luke Luke W. T. O P. News in Fauquier County, most students will return to their classrooms four days a week. In early April, schools will use Wednesdays. For deep cleaning teacher lesson planning and students catch up work, But Superintendent David Jack says in order for that to happen, new covert cases must continue to decline and the district will have to have enough bus drivers. Fuck here. Schools began hybrid instruction in November with students in classrooms two days a week. And in Charles County, the school board is moving to its phase two sending special education students, English language learners, career and technical education, students and Children of staff members back to you in person classes. Getting March 22nd. By that time, most of Charles County teachers will have been vaccinated with their second dose. Montgomery County Council members pressed for a massive action ation vaccination site and Maurin a meeting with state health health officials. Maryland's acting deputy secretary of health doctor Jin Lien Chan met virtually with Montgomery County Council members. Among the questions she got our mass vaccination sites. Going to Eastern Shore, Western and southern Maryland counties. Is that really true? And will you commit to put a mass vaccination side of Montgomery County? That question came from council President Tom Huck earthy answer from Dr Chan. We were open to considering where other mass vaccination sites could exist here in the State Council members asked for Morgan put along with a greater allotment of vaccines, and said I hope for more meetings in the future. Kate Ryan w T. O p knew they had on Wtl, Virginia lawmakers get their focus on a state budget will have that and the snowy forecast coming up. It's 506 order. This provides comprehensive services to help defense contractors manage controlled unclassified information, or see you I at a fraction of what it would cost to do with themselves. The D O. D has issued an interim rule change requiring new assessments, which will go into effect November 30th. We offer multiple options to help customers prepare, including a free one day review of your organization..

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02:50 min | 10 months ago

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"Come from multiple federal agencies and departments. People familiar with the plan tell CBS News. CDC is expected to release an operational strategy advising it would be safe for K through 12 schools to reopen if they apply recommended mitigation practices. CBS got ahold of an email sent by an Education Department leader asking for feedback from education groups. CDC guidance is expected to be released this week. The mitigation practices include ensuring teachers and students wear masks, socially distance and institute, a good hand hygiene program with proper coughing and sneezing etiquette. In Montgomery County schools are opening their doors to in person learning. Starting March, 1st translation will begin. In fact, the transition will begin with limited numbers of students coming back and faces. No in person classes will happen. On Wednesday, some in person learning will rotate on various schedules. Families who previously opted for in person morning can remain or returned virtual at any time reach out directly to their school. If they wish to this stuff King James could, says Associate superintendent however, moving Will too in person will on Lee be able to be accommodated on a space available basis. And they take time to this, sir, Every school will hold a virtual orientation about how schedules will work before March. 15th Christi King. W. T o P News. I'm Luke look hurt. And while many parents will be sending their kids back to in person classes, other parents like Wiley a chase or critical of the move, saying that the coronavirus metrics for return have not been met. Are we adhering to the state of metric And making sure that all about teachers and staff and GPS are fully vaccinated before having our Children back in person. Margaret Bauer, a third grade teacher in Montgomery County, says she's concerned about teachers moving between different cohorts of students that particularly alone may it's certainly one propositions be in front of the same number of students every day. But now it sounds like they're talking about teachers moving between cues. Maybe more nickels in a recent survey about 60% of parents preferred to have their students remain virtue. Well look, Lou Kurt W T. O P. News, the superintendent of Faqir County Public Schools, has unveiled a plan to return students to classrooms in staggered fashion Superintendent David Jack wants kindergarteners through second graders to resume in person classes four days a week starting March 15th, he says, that may be expanded to include 3rd, 4th and 5th graders, too, depending on staffing levels. Inside Nova reports. The plan aims to offer students in all grades the option to attend in person classes four days a week. By April, 5th. Still ahead in sports. We've lost a former Washington football team head coach, and the caps didn't play The Flyers tonight will explain why that didn't go off. Stay with Your favorite things feel made for you..

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Fauquier public schools planning classroom instruction 4 days a week

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00:28 sec | 10 months ago

Fauquier public schools planning classroom instruction 4 days a week

"Of Faqir County Public Schools, has unveiled a plan to return students to classrooms in staggered fashion Superintendent David Jack wants kindergarteners through second graders to resume in person classes four days a week starting March 15th, he says, that may be expanded to include 3rd, 4th and 5th graders, too, depending on staffing levels. Inside Nova reports. The plan aims to offer students in all grades the option to attend in person classes four days a week. By April, 5th.

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03:06 min | 1 year ago

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"There's something to a man and a woman were killed after the deadly gas explosion leveled three rowhomes Blair Adams with the Baltimore City Fire Department and City Council President Brandon Scott spoke about the incident out of the seven that we transported. Five of them are in critical condition and we're waiting to determine the status of the other two. You saw entire city Billy entire region come around those people, and that's what I'm thankful for this. How w T O P news utility company B G and he says this morning they found no leaks in the gas main itself in the service pipes feeding the homes which exploded, BG says. They did find apparently a possible problem with customer old equipment's, too that in the utility company says it has now turned over the information to investigators. In the case. That explosion could have long lasting impact on survivors. That's from a Maryland lawmaker this week who was already trying to pass stronger safety and accountability laws when the blast ripped apart those buildings this week, Maryland state delegate Lord Dark Odeon says survivors of the deadly gas explosion that killed seven people in the long branch area of Silver Spring still report they startled when they hear loud noises. And suffer anxiety when they get even a whiff of gas. I've heard that just even in the last year from survivors of the long branch explosion, that's why she's continuing work on bills to require gas companies to put gas regulators the type of device that was faulted in the silver spring blast outside of buildings. She also wants to see safety technology updated potentially something related to alarm systems and notification, both for the residents as well as one that might tie 2911 King Brian W. T. O P. Knew Ariel, six on your Wednesday morning, mid week, turning the page of this hour here, a double duty GOP law enforcement and faith leaders in Virginia, discussing police reform and training during a virtual panel this week time leadership at the oppression. We don't need leadership a lot at the patrol officer or a deputy sheriff's chief Kenneth Miller of the Petersburg Police Department. Talk during Virginian speak a dialogue on policing reform, community and law enforcement in Virginia, a virtual discussion Sponsored by the Virginia attorney general's Office and the Virginia Conference of the United Methodist Church. On Tuesday. He said he believes the officers on the streets are not getting the training. They need ones that actually go into the communities and the problems of engaging a lot, Valerie Bonked W T O be news Double duty obedience time. 307 on your Wednesday more morning and out Walker County public schools laying out instead of going to school. It's virtual only program for this new school year. Superintendent David Jack says the board didn't have enough teachers to fill both in class and virtual instruction for the fall, So they've decided to scrap plans for in person instruction. Associate superintendent for instruction. Major Warner says the board will release a four day model for elementary, middle and high school students to parents next week. Within that, Ford a model we have activities that teachers will be engaged with kids and in real time could be livestreamed. It could be through video, but we will have at least two days of that, and then we will have a least two days of what we.

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01:55 min | 1 year ago

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"Maryland sheriff's office says charges air pending for several teens accused of painting racist graffiti on a football field over the weekend of racial slur and graphic drawings were found. Spray painted on the football field at Calvert High School in outdoor classroom was broken into and damaged and other areas were vandalized with graffiti over the weekend. The Calvert County Sheriff's Office says it has identified a 5 18 year old male suspects in the case and that charges are pending. The vandalism happened on Sunday in response after the graffiti was cleaned up the school Send a message of unity on the field spelling out no hate here in football jerseys and helmets. Congressman Steny Hoyer released a statement on the incident, calling the graffiti disgusting and an act of hate and bigotry and urging law enforcement to bring those responsible to justice. Valerie bonked w T. OBY News a court hearing cancelled, But the federal case against Montgomery County South Officer for ordering private schools closed is still pending. Timothy Maloney is the attorney for the private schools and families suing the county, and they're happy. Dr Travers, Gail's Reese. And that is ordered to close private schools. But Melanie says the families want to see how Gail's treats religious and private schools going forward. And that's why the case is still pending. Gail's pulled the order after Maryland's health secretary decided to been blanket closures. Despite that, Gail's still strongly believes that opening schools right now is a bad decision because of covert 19 11 12 1 of the on Ly local school systems that planned in person classes for the fall had a change of heart after a survey to parents and teachers regarding preferences between in class or virtual instruction, provided workforce issues on both platforms. Walker County Superintendent David Jack told the school board to cancel in person class instruction for the fall as a result of the instrumental barriers that have been described here. It's my belief that we cannot provide high quality face to face instruction. For the vast majority of our students. It is my recommendation to the school board that we provide virtual instruction for students of.

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01:53 min | 1 year ago

"superintendent david jack" Discussed on WTOP

"High school responds to racist graffiti painted on its football field with a message of unity. The words no hay here spelled out with football jerseys and helmets can be seen in a picture posted by Calver High School. The messages in response to a racial slur and images painted on the football field at the southern Maryland High School over the weekend and outdoor classroom was also broken into and damaged. And other areas were vandalized with graffiti. The Calvert County Sheriff's Office says that 5 18 year old male suspects have been identified and that charges are pending in the case. Congressman Steny Hoyer released a statement on the incident calling the graffiti a horrific act of bigotry. Valerie BONDS w T. O P News. It is 10 12. A court hearing has been canceled. But the federal case against Montgomery County's health officer for ordering private schools closed is still pending. Timothy Maloney, the attorney for private schools and families who sued the counties. Does that since county health officer Dr Travis Gail's rescinded his order to close private schools. Quote now isn't the time for cooperation, not litigation. But Malloy says the families want to see how Gail's treats religious and private schools going forward. Gail's rescinded his order but maintain he strongly advised against opening schools based on data on the spread of covert 19. His decision came after the state health secretary issued a policy that barred the blanket closure of schools, public or private. Faqir County public schools, laying out its virtual Onley program for the new school year. Superintendent David Jack says the board didn't have enough teachers to fill both in class and virtual instruction for the fall, So they've decided to scrap plans for in person instruction. Associate Superintendent for instruction Major Warner says the board will release a four day model for elementary, middle and high school students to parents next week. Within that Ford a model. We have activities that teachers will be engaged with kids and in real time could be live stream that could be through video. But we will have at least two days of that. And then we will have a least two days of what we.

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02:50 min | 1 year ago

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"On W GOP. The Montgomery County Police Department is suit over access to police body camera footage of a deadly shooting this year. Authorities say 21 year old Duncan limp, was arm with rifle and refuse command to show his hands when officers entered his home in Potomac back in March, but limbs families As they have an eyewitness who claims he was asleep and was shot by police from outside the home. We continue to hear about police reform and prosecutor reform and Virginia's attorney general says he is ready to put his weight behind new laws to deal with systemic racism. Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring one state lawmakers to require use of body worn cameras by all police officers and to make it easier to remove battle officers from the profession. One week before the start of the General Assembly special session, Herring will push for bills to include mandatory training on implicit bias and to expand police de certification criteria to include misconduct, not just a criminal conviction. Herring says there's never been a better time to focus on creating a criminal justice system. That means public safety goals and ensures justice and equality for all. The Lord consisting. W T o p new 8 11 a man who drove through a black lives matter. Protestors summer sentenced to six years in prison. The Richmond Times Dispatch that is 36 year old Harry Rogers, who prosecutors say is a cake leader still faces three additional felony charges linked to attempted malicious wounding. The judge did not upgrade simple assault charges to hate crime charges. Rogers was white and the three injured victims were also white. A Maryland high school responds to racist graffiti painted on his football field with a message of unity. The words no hay here spelled out with football jerseys and helmets can be seen in a picture posted by Calver High School. The messages in response to a racial slur and images painted on the football field at the southern Maryland High School over the weekend and outdoor classroom was also broken into and damaged and other areas were vandalized with graffiti. The Calvert County Sheriff's Office says that 5 18 year old male suspects have been identified and that charges Pending in the case. Congressman Steny Hoyer released a statement on the incident calling the graffiti a horrific act of bigotry. Valerie BONDS w T. O P News Funkier County public schools is laying out its virtual Onley program for the new school year. Superintendent David Jack says the board didn't have enough teachers to fill both in class and virtual instruction for the fall, So they've decided to scrap plans for in person instruction. Associate superintendent for instruction. Major Warner says the board will release a four day model for elementary, middle and high school students to parents next week. Within that, Ford a model we have activities that teachers will be engaged with kids and in real time could be livestreamed. It could be through video, but we will have at least two days of that. And then we will have a least two days of what we.

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01:47 min | 1 year ago

"superintendent david jack" Discussed on WTOP

"Construction landed before a Maryland judge today, and he issued a temporary restraining order that demands construction continue until at least September 14th. The Washington Post reports. The standoff stems from hundreds of millions of dollars in cost overruns from a private consortium called Purple Line Transit Partners. The state has so far refused to pay the ballooning costs, and that led the consortium to try ending its partnership with Maryland and leave the site unfinished in less than two weeks. The judge explains his order by saying the state would suffer irreparable harm if the Purple Line construction is delayed. The federal case against Montgomery County's health officer for ordering private schools closed is still pending. And that's despite the fact that Dr Travis Gail's rolled back the policy, an attorney for private schools and families suing the county says, because of that, now is the time for cooperation, not litigation. But the case is still pending because the lawyer says families want to see how Gail's treats religious and private schools going forward. Gail's changed his mind on the order after the state health secretary issued his own policy banning the blanket closures of schools. It's 7 36 1 of the only local school systems that planned in person classes this fall, had a change of heart after a survey to parents and teachers regarding preferences between in class or virtual instruction, provided workforce issues on both platforms. Walker County Superintendent David Jack told the school board to cancel in person class instruction for the fall as a result of the instrumental barriers that have been described here. It's my belief that we cannot provide high quality face to face instruction for the vast majority of our students. It is my recommendation to the school board that we provide virtual instruction for students of the first term, which.

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02:11 min | 1 year ago

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"Game or a concert. It's voting DC election officials have decided to use the large facility for early voting and for voting on election Day as well. DC would join Atlanta and Detroit, planning to repurpose basketball arenas as massive polling places for the November election and where social distancing rules can be enforced. He offered to use the arena came for monumental Sports and entertainment, which owns the arena, The wizard's mystics and caps. It's part of the company's efforts to promote voting this year, D. C. Officials are busy mapping out the 20 early voting sites ahead of the November 3rd election, as well as the aiding pulling the 80 polling locations ever be used on Election day. All 144 d. C. Polling places will not be open due to a shortage of poll workers and social distancing concerns. A court hearing cancelled. But the federal case against Montgomery County's health officer for ordering private schools closed is still pending. Timothy Maloney, the attorney for private schools, and families, who sue the county says that since county Health Officer Dr Travis Gail's rescinded his order to close private schools Now is the time for cooperation and not litigation. But Maloney says the families want to see how Gail's treats religious and private schools going forward. Deals were sending that order closing private schools, but maintained he strongly advised against opening schools based on data about the spread of covert 19. His decision comes after the state health secretary issued a policy that barred the blanket closure of schools, public or private. One of the only school systems in the area that had planned in person classes for the fall has now decided against that plan, after a survey to parents and teachers regarding preferences between in class or virtual instruction, provided workforce issues on both platforms. Walker County Superintendent David Jack told the school board to cancel in person class instruction for the fall as a result of the instrumental barriers that have been described here. It's my belief that we cannot provide high quality face to face instruction. For the vast majority of our students. It is my recommendation to the school board that we provide virtual instruction for students of.

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01:34 min | 1 year ago

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"Here is the news for a Tuesday A natural gas explosion destroyed three row houses in Baltimore yesterday morning, killing a woman and trapping other people in the debris. At least six people were seriously injured. 1/4 house in the row was severely damaged. No gas odors. Had been reported prior to the explosion. The Secret Service says a 51 year old man approached a uniformed officer near the White House complex yesterday and told him he had a weapon and the suspect ran towards the officer leading the Secret Service member to shoot the suspect in the torso. An unexpected turn of events in Faqir County will have students starting this clear online. Superintendent David Jack changed his mind after learning about staffing shortages. The plan will now have students learning from home for the entire first semester, and researchers tested 14 different types of maths to find out which do the best job. Overall, they found the end 95 masks or the best to stop the transmission of respiratory droplets during regular speech, while three layer surgical masks and even the cotton masks are also affected. Bandannas and knitted face coverings don't offer the greatest protection and neck gators are the least effective. Your forecast for today a hot and humid day highs around 93. It's going to feel like 100 degrees much like yesterday. Right now it's 73. And that's the news. Toby in Chile's top stories, 97.1.

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02:46 min | 1 year ago

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"The school board that we provide virtual instruction for students of the first term, which is December. I am sorry to make this recommendation. I want kids to be in school talk here. County School Superintendent David Jack says he simply doesn't have enough school employees. Whether it's teachers, subs, nurses or bus drivers willing to risk going to school buildings. They'll stay all virtual through the end of the year. And Randall County is announcing more tweets to it. School calendar. All students in grades one through 12 will start on the very same day with the school year in an adrenal county beginning Tuesday, September 8th. Usually students in Grade six and nine get a head start in their new building toe learn their way around the middle or high school. But with everyone starting virtually there's no need to pay school officials. But students in kindergarten either half or full day will have a staggered start so teachers can have conferences with parents and guardians. Barber breath W M l N w a l dot com And the plan has changed for instruction at the University of Maryland College Park. Students will still be able to move into their dorms as planned. But now all undergraduate classes will be held on line for at least the 1st 2 weeks. The school had hope to hold some sessions in person. Students will be urged to stay home as much as possible is Prince George's works to contain the virus. The county continues to have the highest infection rate in the state. It appears the battle between Maryland Governor Larry Hogan in the state Board of Elections is over. Governor Larry Hogan's sending a letter to the Maryland Board of Election, saying it can proceed with using 282 high schools across the state for people to vote in the general election. That's down from the 1900 voting standards that are normally available. Governor. Hogan says he's concerned about long lines and crowding at the polling places and that quote expeditiously mailing the ballot applications. Encouraging voting by mail and protecting early voting options will be critically important. 10 quote Maria Leaf on W. M a l and double gmail dot com. During this summer of nothing to do, there's actually something to do for the next few nights if we get clear skies late. The annual Percy had meteor showers would show up is the earth passes through the tail of a comet with the comments, debris lighting up the sky, and it provides us with this annual show of dozens to maybe up to 100 shooting stars per hour. Jeff Chester with the U. S Naval Observatory says you need to find a dark spot and go out around 11 or a bit later the next three nights for the best viewing. Checking your money. The Dow futures up 287 points this morning, the NASDAQ futures up 71 in sports. He waited for a breaking ball and skies it straightaway center. See you later, way up the batter's eye and the dancer making City field look rather.

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04:26 min | 1 year ago

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"Ethiopia's Michelle bashes in Baltimore Talking with witnesses, Michelle Adams lives in the neighborhood and when she heard the blast, she ran toward the scene, she says. The first people to get their including other neighbors, set aside their own personal safety and just started digging through huge piles of debris. They just want to get Whomever was underneath for here out, Guess and electrical on later, she says firefighters pulled off an amazing rescue grandmother came out of the rubble walking Walking and only scratch. You'll hand me Praise God in Baltimore. Michelle Bash w T o P News. GOP needs time now. Serial four. The folk here County School board voting unanimously to offer virtual only instruction this fall. That decision was made just two weeks before students were actually expected to return to their schools are news partners at NBC for report that the Superintendent David Jack, told the school board recently that staffing shortages have created insurmountable challenges. And would make quality in person instruction right now impossible. He says that he hopes that students can return to their schools in January another about face from a local university this morning, this time each of the University of Maryland College Park, which was hoping to start the academic year, with in person learning as well. That was until now, with covert 19 cases and Prince George's County hovering around 5%. The school has made the call to begin the fall semester on August 31st with virtual learning in an E mail to the community. Maryland's president, Gerald Fine says that will last for at least two weeks in the school, then consider whether in person or hybrid learning should begin on September. The 14th change only impacts undergrad students moving to campus conduce oh, but must get a covert 19 test and stay in their residences. The letter also pointing out that a large party could result in a fine or even jail time in the county. Mike Murillo w T o p News The city's department of Health is revisiting are revising. That is its list of high risk Corona virus states with requirements for all out of state travelers coming into Washington, D C States added to the list this morning include Alaska, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Minnesota. D C is removing Delaware, Ohio and Washington State. Your Muriel Bowser, you'll remember recently issued an order requiring all people traveling into D C from high risk states for non essential reasons to self quarantine upon return for at least 14 days and all there are nearly 30 states now on the list. Maryland and Virginia are exempt. Updated list. You can be found CE I click away double duty lp dot com. Meantime, DC, reporting 50 new cases of Corona virus a sharp decrease from Sunday when DC had 100 new cases. Maryland Nearly 800 new cases were reported six new death E seven day average positivity rate continues to drop, Maryland is seen its lowest level just over 3.5% since the pandemic actually began in Virginia, nearly 700 new over 19 cases were reported on Monday. With one new death. Northern Virginia has a 6% positivity rate. With an increase of people in the hospital with covert. It's 306 on your Tuesday morning, August 11th now to Sunday's deadly mass shooting. Another big story we're following. This took place at South East Bloc party. At first glance DC Police believe there were at least four shooters. And they'd like your help everybody who attended that event. Everybody that has information has a civic responsibility to let us know who was responsible for this. D C. Police chief Peter Newsom says one of his own officers who was off duty at the time, was one of the 22 shot in the mayhem that killed 17 year old Christopher Brown. Lucien says it doesn't appears the gunmen opened fire on the crowd, but rather exchanged gunfire were many innocent partygoers were struck. We have some information to suggest at least one of the shooters was a mail, but we don't we don't have all of the information on the shooters yet, but we intend to get it. The female officer who was shot in the neck is said to be in serious condition at the hospital. That small W T OBY News, double duty GOP and 307 new details this used according to the case of Darius Geiss, who was released by the Washington football team soon after being arrested for domestic violence, charging documents filed here in Loudon County District Court, say Darius Guy strangled his girlfriend until she lost consciousness. It allegedly happened at his home in March. She told investigators. When she.

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"superintendent david jack" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"superintendent david jack" Discussed on WTOP

"And I took off running and I had no shoes. Somebody had to bring me my he says. He and other people immediately started digging people out from under piles of debris, and the rescue effort is continuing. At least 200 personnel from multiple agencies have responded to the scene were prepared to be here throughout the night and as long as it takes Again. It's still pretty active way haven't determined if there if there are any other victims that's Blair Adams With Baltimore Fire, BG E says The cause of this explosion is unknown. But after the rescue operation is over, the utility will launch a Siri's of inspections in Baltimore. Michelle Bash w T O P. NEWS. It's 11 04 here on w GOP NEW tonight. The Faqir County School board votes unanimously to offer virtual Onley instruction this fall. This decision was made just two weeks before students were expected to return to their schools are news partners and NBC for reporting. Superintendent David Jack told the school board tonight that staffing shortages have created insurmountable challenges and would make quality in person instruction impossible. He said he hopes students can return to their schools in January. The Falk here County school system was the on Ly one in northern Virginia that was still planning to possibly resume in person instruction. Teachers had started working in their schools today to prepare for the upcoming school year, another about face from a local university. This time, it's the university, Maryland College Park, which was hoping to start the year with in person learning until now, with covert 19 cases and Prince George's County hovering around 5%. The school has made the call to begin the fall semester on August 31st with virtual learning in an E mail to the community, Maryland president Darryl Pine says that will last for at least two weeks in the school, then consider Whether in person or hybrid learning should begin on September. The 14th change only impacts undergrad students moving to campus conduce oh, but must get a covert 19 test and stay in their residences. The letter also pointing out that a large party could result in a fine or even jail time in the county. Mike Murillo w T O P. News. It's 11 06 d. C is tweaking its quarantine list. Health Department, adding Alaska, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Minnesota, which means anyone traveling from those places has to isolate for two weeks coming off the list. Delaware, Ohio and Washington state. There are now 29 states on that list. Maryland and Virginia are exempt. You can check it out at w t o p dot com Now through the numbers DC, reporting 50 new covert 19 cases on Sunday. That's a sharp decline after counting 100 on Saturday. In Maryland. There almost 800 new cases, six dead. The good news is seven day average positivity rate, which stands at 3.62% lowest since the pandemic began. And in Virginia, there are nearly 700 new cases and one dead coming up after traffic and whether there's a possibility that Corona virus relief negotiations could resume on Capitol Hill, 11 07 smells like feet. It smells like compost feet drenched in compost. And what did I say? Before we remodeled the basement? We should get it waterproof. And why was that? Something about mid Atlantic houses being really vulnerable toe water damage, and now it smells like feet and.

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"superintendent david jack" Discussed on WTOP

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04:00 min | 1 year ago

"superintendent david jack" Discussed on WTOP

"Storms. Highs of being the mideighties Thursday looks mostly cloudy, warm and humid, with more showers and thunderstorms. High will be in the low to mid eighties. I'm store Team four meteorologist Matt Ritter. It is 8 50 here on W T. O P an update on the shooting that took place outside the White House tonight. The Secret Service, saying that the White House complex was not breached at any point, but it was a dramatic moment inside the White House earlier when President Trump was abruptly escorted from his briefing by U S Secret Service. Agent. Just a few minutes later, the president returns saying law enforcement shot a man just outside the White House. There was a shooting. Outside of the White House, and seems to be very well under controlled like to thank the secret Service for doing There. Always quick and very effective work. But there was an actual shooting and, uh Somebody has been taken to the hospital. I don't know the condition of the person. It seems that the person was Was shot. By Secret service. So we'll see what happens. And Yeah. Did you have something? There are no details. We just found out just now. It was outside of the White House in this area right over here. And they'll have details for you in a little while. Somebody is taken to the hospital. It seems that the shooting was done by law enforcement at that person at the suspect. It was the suspect who was shot. And it's just took place a couple of people outside still no other details on what motivated the shooting or the condition of the suspect who was taken to the hospital. A secret Service office officer also hospitalized tonight. Their condition at this time is unknown. Well, breaking tonight, the Faqir County School board voting unanimously to switch the virtual Onley instruction just two weeks before students were expected to return to their schools are news partners at NBC for reporting. Superintendent David Jack changed his mind and told the school board that the county should offer virtual Onley instruction through the fall semester. Faqir County was the only northern Virginia public school district with plans to resume in person instruction using a hybrid model teachers went back to schools on Monday to prepare for the upcoming school year. The owner of the Washington football team is suing a former employee in federal court over accusations that the person was part of basis that a systematic smear campaign against them to cut into his ownership and got paid for. Dan Snyder wants access to documents from this former front office worker, which included confidential team material that was offered up for money. It's connected to a defamation lawsuit filed against Media Entertainment Arts worldwide whose parent companies in India Company published articles on its website last month that Snyder considered slanderous and that have since been taken down. Now the company's founder, denied accepting any money in exchange for a publication of the articles a 50 to hundreds of people destroying property stealing from stores clashing with police this morning in Chicago, 13 officers injured more than 100 people arrested. Police say the riding was not connected to an organized protest here. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, We will not tolerate a circumcised Or a residence or a business is our property and our police officers are under siege by those who don't care about themselves, don't care about their communities and care nothing about the damage that it does to our city Police Superintendent David Brown says. This incident of pure criminality followed the shooting of a person by police the previous day. In the city's angle, would neighborhood heavy police presence is expected in the downtown area until further notice. Coming up in Money news small business owners not to confidence about the climate of late 8 53 as the global leader in privileged access management, a critical layer of security. Cyber art protects data infrastructure and assets across the enterprise in the cloud and throughout the develops.

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"superintendent david jack" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"superintendent david jack" Discussed on WTOP

"Washington's top news on air and online WTOP dot com good to have you along this evening I'm Mike Morello we have Liz Anderson at the editor's desk coming up the search grows for teenagers suspected of killing his mom and little brother I'm taking only on how the US plans to evacuate Americans from a cruise ship in Asia which is on lockdown because of the corona virus an arrest is made in New York City in the murder of a college student from Charlottesville Virginia it is five thirty one W. T. O. P. the teenager suspected of killing his mother and little brother last night is still at large is believed to have stolen a car to flee the area off lock your county **** your county sheriff Robert motors says seventeen year old Levi Norwood accused of shooting to death is thirty four year old mom and six year old brother and wounding his dad last night at their home in the Midland area may be driving a red two thousand seven Toyota Camry Virginia Tech W. N. G. seven seven three nine we are actively looking for this for this vehicle and we believe that they've I normally is operating the vehicle because of the deadly violence **** your county public school superintendent David Jack says there are cancellations weekend activities within our schools from this point moving forward if they cancel that foods church services counselors will be available when schools reopen on Tuesday taking only on WTOP news New York police say they've made an arrest in connection with the fatal stabbing of a Barnard College student test the majors in a Manhattan park in December because of the suspects age we will not identify the fourteen year old Manhattan D. A. Cyrus Vance and charged with two counts of murder in the second degree with one count representing intentional murder and the other a felony murder a murder cost in the course of a robbery eighteen year old Tessa majors was from Charlottesville it is five thirty two CBS news update France reports the first fatality from the new coronavirus outside Asia the death toll from the outbreak climb past fifteen hundred in China CBS news correspondent ever palaces Americans on board a quarantine cruise ship in Japan will be evacuated tomorrow the diamond princess has been in Yokohama for well over a week now the most common elements on board appears to be border passengers have been confined to the cabins with only the occasional stroll allowed on the date the one health agencies director general says he hopes governments learn their lesson be prepared to long the world has operated on a cycle of body and neglect we throw money other knowledge break and when it's over we forget about it and do nothing to prevent the next one several countries have banned arrivals from China and major airlines have cut services with the country CBS news update I'm Sam lead singer it is five thirty three a day after meeting with Afghanistan's president the Pentagon chief says a truce agreement between the United States and the Taliban is not without risk but looks very promising we have on the table right now a reduction in violence at the Munich security conference defense secretary mark asper says he's been consulting with Congress in late two allies on a proposed peace deal that would see a seven day hall to Taliban attacks I think there's general agreement and smiled use well that we have we have to give peace a chance that the the best if not only way forward in Afghanistan is through a political agreement and that means taking some rest that's intended to lead to talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government president Ashraf Ghani has been a skeptic but that's process I think he is fully on board an agreement could lead to a withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan Ben Thomas Washington just ahead what some worry the Iowa caucus and the upcoming census in the end could have in common five thirty four it's the huge presidents day warehouse piano clearance this weekend only at Jordan gets music in Rockville in Fairfax we emptied out the warehouses for the biggest here with savings of five hundred to sixty five hundred.

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