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"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:49 min | 9 months ago

"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"A combination of both superintendent William Hite has said a one size fits all approach won't work and that any strategy would likely be tailored to each school he says virtual town halls and several more surveys are planned and that the district hopes to have a return to school plan by mid July Mike denardo KYW newsradio it's three forty seven and the Oscar goes to yeah we're gonna have to wait a while longer to find out for the fourth time in history the Academy Awards are being postponed the ninety third edition of the ceremony will now be held on April twenty fifth that's eight weeks later than originally planned because the pandemic's effects on Hollywood the academy's board of governors also decided to extend the eligibility window to February twenty eighth other entertainment industry award shows are also in flux the Tony awards originally set for June seventh has been postponed indefinitely major league baseball and its players are at an impasse with how to begin the season so how will it begin we could know by the end of the day they wanna use debut ram explains according to USA today the owners have a schedule call to figure out what to do from here the league and union have been unable to agree on a number of games or how much to pay the players it's possible MLB commissioner rob Manfred can order a significantly shorter schedule former Marlins president and current CBS sports analyst David Sampson thinks it'll still be a legitimate season despite a potential shorter schedule Sampson said a big reason MLB doesn't want the playoffs going deeper into the fall is the TV partners so if the networks say Hey we have you on the schedule for October you better be plain post season in October it becomes legitimate because even though there's fifty games you know what it's like the nineteen ninety nine spurs when they beat the next in a short NBA season the people look back and say all that wasn't real no they don't ESPN reported the union wants to know baseball's plants by end of business day your rant KYW newsradio septa is restoring some service on two important regional rail lines starting today as it moves toward the recovery phase of the corona virus pandemic he one of these market room says that sept is inter bush says the resuming operations on the full length of the Paley Thorndale line trains had only been running from center city to Melbourne for the past two months now they'll finish the run out to Thorndale when we do get back to closer to normal levels of ridership that's our busiest regional rail line that they only formed a line so we know the demand is going to come back for that so it's important to get it running the entire length of the line also bush says service on the west Trenton line serving the northern part of the system and into New Jersey is back up and running today and he says there are plans to resume service on other regional rail.

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Philadelphia School District to lay out options for reopening

KYW 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 9 months ago

Philadelphia School District to lay out options for reopening

"Meanwhile the Philadelphia school district if school district is expected to lay out its options today as they decide how schools should safely reopen this fall we hear more on this from K. what abuse Mike denardo the district has set a return to classes will likely be in person a continuation of virtual education or a combination of both today the district issues a framework outlining its options because of social distancing requirements superintendent William Hite says school plans will be based on guidance from the city and state health the mints and the CDC he says what works at one school may not fit another a one size fits all model will not work and different schools different communities may require different things and Hyde says the August thirty first first day for students could be delayed we think that if anything would change when students would comment just to give more time to talk about all of the protocols that will likely need to be in place the district today begins to survey school communities to find out what about remote learning worked and what didn't Hyde says the district's back to school plan should be ready by mid

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School District to lay out options for reopening

KYW 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 9 months ago

School District to lay out options for reopening

"Lines meanwhile the Philadelphia school district is also expected to lay out its options as they decide how schools should safely re open in the fall we hear more on this one K. would abuse Mike denardo the district has set a return to classes will likely be in person a continuation of virtual education or a combination of both today the district issues a framework outlining its options because of social distancing requirements superintendent William Hite says school plans will be based on guidance from the city and state health departments and the CDC he says what works at one school may not fit another a one size fits all model will not work and different schools different communities may require different things and Hyde says the August thirty first first day for students could be delayed we think that if anything would change when students would comment just to give more time to talk about all of the protocols that will likely need to be in place the district today begins to survey school communities to find out what about remote learning worked and what didn't Hyde says the district's back to school plan should be ready by mid

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"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:06 min | 9 months ago

"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Christopher Columbus from a park earlier in the week the demonstrators were able to remove its head that had made an appearance along the March route at times he can jump WQOW news radio and Friday was the last day of a tumultuous school year for the Philadelphia public schools but administrators say the challenges created some positive results as we hear more from K. what abuse Mike denardo for students this school year is over and what a year it's been says superintendent William Hite I've been doing this for over thirty years and and never had experienced anything like this it was a school year battered and scarred by schools closing opening and re closing for asbestos removal a pandemic that forced students to virtual education and historic social unrest over racial injustice but from the challenges heights says there are positives one is that after the corona virus shut down nearly all students now have Chromebooks the fact that now everyone has technology which we haven't had before so there are opportunities that will come out of this and Hyde says with buildings closed for covert nineteen crews have been able to get into schools earlier to do as best as remediation lead paint removal and other work Mike denardo KYW newsradio we have some delays on seventy six and six seventy six coming through center city will have an update on that when we check on traffic and weather coming up after this it's three thirty nine on KYW newsradio for your morning coffee and stay connected ask your smart speaker to play KYW newsradio all right it's Jamie progresses employee of the month to month in a row leave a message at the hi Jamie hit me Danny I just had a new idea for our song what the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay trombone was Bob wine you say well be fine coverage options to fit your budget then we just all the fingers now small choir goes even coming after they've come at jet yes no maybe anyway see a practice tonight I got a new there so the referee the insurance company and affiliates pricing coverage much limited by state law you've been camping in your backyard cycling in your living room you've been enjoying.

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"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:40 min | 9 months ago

"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Christopher Columbus from a park earlier in the week the demonstrators were able to remove its head that had made an appearance along the March route at times he can jump WQOW news radio and Friday was the last day of a tumultuous school year for the Philadelphia public schools administrators say those challenges created some positive results as we hear from K. would abuse Mike denardo for students this school year is over and what a year it's been says superintendent William Hite I've been doing this for over thirty years and and never had experienced anything like this it was a school year battered and scarred by schools closing opening and re closing for asbestos removal a pandemic that forced students to virtual education and historic social unrest over racial injustice but from the challenges heights says there are positives one is that after the corona virus shut down the nearly all students now have Chromebooks the fact that now everyone has technology which we haven't had before so there are opportunities that will come out of this and Hyde says with buildings closed for covert nineteen crews have been able to get into schools earlier to do as best as remediation lead paint removal and other work Mike denardo KYW newsradio get a check on traffic and weather coming up after this it's one thirty nine on KYW newsradio stay prepared stay connected K. Y. W. news radio and on us for all our sakes we need to avoid crowds as much as possible but what if you need to go to the post office or mail letters and packages whether you're a small business or have a new work from home set up stamps dot com can help print postage on demand.

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"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:31 min | 9 months ago

"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Used disproportionately against black and brown people who would be better served through social services rather than police so much of our public resources control we have over the resources that are in West Philadelphia had us convinced K. Y. W. newsradio and Friday was the last day of a tumultuous school year here in Philadelphia but administrators say the challenges created some positive results as we hear from K. what abuse Mike denardo for students this school year is over and what a year it's been says superintendent William Hite I've been doing this for over thirty years and and never had experienced anything like this it was a school year battered and scarred by schools closing opening and re closing for asbestos removal a pandemic that forced students to virtual education and historic social unrest over racial injustice but from the challenges height says there are positives one is that after the corona virus shut down nearly all students now have Chromebooks the fact that now everyone has technology which we haven't had before so there are opportunities that will come out of this and Hyde says with buildings closed for covert nineteen crews have been able to get into schools earlier to do as best as remediation lead paint removal and other work Mike denardo KYW newsradio these are the stories that highlight our region's great and great ordinary people of greater Philadelphia becoming difference makers.

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Who’s showing up for school during the pandemic? In Philadelphia, it’s just over half of students.

KYW 24 Hour News

01:07 min | 10 months ago

Who’s showing up for school during the pandemic? In Philadelphia, it’s just over half of students.

"Since teachers started taking online attendance last Monday the Philadelphia school district has just over half of its students are logging in here's could abuse Mike denardo fifty seven percent of students have logged into online classes according to preliminary figures presented to the school board forty eight percent of elementary school students and seventy three eight percent of middle and high school students have been present for class but the district chief of staff Naomi why it told the board the numbers don't fully represent who's present for class because there are other ways to take attendance including by text phone call sending pictures of work we're entering the Google classroom the district has loaned out eighty four thousand Chromebooks to about two thirds of its student body as for the quality of work being done superintendent William Hite told reporters earlier in the day that academically students will not be where they should and the goal now is simply to limit regression we do plan to do some sort of assessment for every child not a not a test with an assessment to see where those children skills are he says extra supports will be needed whenever kids return to school

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Will Philadelphia schools still have snow days now that students have Chromebooks?

KYW 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 10 months ago

Will Philadelphia schools still have snow days now that students have Chromebooks?

"State law allows school districts to apply to have up to five days a year where students can learn from home on their laptops that saves districts from having to extend the school year to make up for snow days Philadelphia was never in a position to take advantage because so many of its students did not have computers or internet access at home but Philadelphia school superintendent William Hite says now that the district has loaned out eighty one thousand Chromebooks for remote learning it may consider holding remote classes while it's snowing more people have the technology and that we didn't have before and so it it creates opportunities for us and it wouldn't have to take a snowstorm hi twenty two days lost when schools were closed for asbestos issues no one's talking about the environmental stuff anymore I mean because we're working through the pandemic but there were days missed for the environmental stuff governor wolf signed the cyber snow day laws last summer Mike denardo KYW newsradio

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"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:21 min | 10 months ago

"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Are presenting symptoms similar to Kawasaki disease or toxic shock like syndrome there's no proof of the virus causes the mysterious syndrome but researchers are looking for a possible connection I'm Sam let's sing more states are lifting restrictions this weekend despite failing to me white health guidelines for safely reopening correspondent Donna pockets has more sharks businesses animals are starting to re open across the country as a new report shows the devastating impact the corona virus continues to have on the economy after weeks of restrictions most states across the country have started to reopen their economies in California just in time for mother's day the gift of flowers once again a possibility over cloth like almost two months this is like a glory in Tennessee where the Great Smoky Mountains national park reopened with limited capacity people couldn't wait to get outdoors of the more than forty states that have loosened restrictions nearly half have seen an increase in newly reported cove in nineteen cases there are now more than one point three million no infections in the country with the death toll topping seventy eight thousand Philadelphia schools Schiff says in his main academic goal during this pandemic is to make sure students keep the connections with their teachers he would have used my keynoter reports when students have been away from classes for so long they tend to forget what they've learned superintendent William Hite says his goal for online lessons while schools are closed is to try to prevent any regression some parents have told him they want their children to repeat their grade because of so much lost time during the pandemic hi disagrees we're not going to just do wholesale retentions are because of what children are experiencing he says he expects to give students extra supports to bring them up to speed we will do some sort of assessment to figure out which children are and then work to get them back to where they should be throughout the next year hi it says during this coronavirus closure he's more concerned with students participation and they're maintaining a connection to the school and the quality of their online work Mike DiNardo KYW newsradio your latest traffic report just ahead on K. Y..

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Philadelphia head of schools aims to ensure students stay engaged while schools are closed

KYW 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 10 months ago

Philadelphia head of schools aims to ensure students stay engaged while schools are closed

"In Philadelphia the school the head of the school's out here says that is made academic goal during this pandemic is to make sure students keep the connections with their teachers as we hear from K. what abuse Mike denardo when students have been away from classes for so long they tend to forget what they've learned superintendent William Hite says his goal for online lessons while schools are closed is to try to prevent any regression some parents have told him they want their children to repeat their grade because of so much lost time during the pandemic hi disagrees we're not going to just do wholesale retentions are because of what children are experiencing he says he expects to give students extra supports to bring them up to speed we will do some sort of assessment to figure out which children are and then work to get them back to where they should be throughout the next year hi it says during this coronavirus closure he's more concerned with students participation and they're maintaining a connection to the school and the quality of their online work

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Philadelphia School District Working to Find at Least 500 ‘Unaccounted’ Students

KYW 24 Hour News

01:05 min | 10 months ago

Philadelphia School District Working to Find at Least 500 ‘Unaccounted’ Students

"The school district says it has not been able to contact hundreds of students since buildings closed because of the corona virus here's K. Y. W.'s Mike denardo this was the first week for graded online classes in the first week teachers were taking attendance while the vast majority of students have been communicating with their teachers either online or by phone superintendent William Hite says not everyone has we still have our young people that we can account for hi it says since schools closed for the corona virus the district has been trying to find five hundred families by calling them or even knocking on doors individuals and not where they were the phone numbers are not the same and the contacts have changed the five hundred students represent less than one percent of the district's total enrollment but Hyde says that's still too many he says the district has acquired twenty five hundred hot spots for some of the students who are unable to take advantage of free or reduced cost internet access I'd says overall participation figures for this first week of online instruction should be available on Monday

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Philadelphia teachers begin grading online assignments today

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 10 months ago

Philadelphia teachers begin grading online assignments today

"Online instruction that counts begins today for Philadelphia school students a one of these Mike DiNardo reports after two weeks of review teachers will now be presenting new material in their Google classrooms keeping track of participation and grading assignments superintendent William Hite says students learning online shouldn't be punished for circumstances beyond their control so the grades given won't bring down a student's final average we also want to make sure young people are put in the best position to be promoted to the grades are really designed as a way to give feedback but it is structured to do no harm to students Hyde says the district has loaned out eighty one thousand Chromebooks he says some schools have distributed the laptops to all of their students and others to as little as three percent the average he says is seventy one percent he says the district still has students and families that for whatever reason they just haven't located during the coronavirus clue osier Mike DiNardo KYW

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Online instruction that counts begins for Philadelphia school students

KYW 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 10 months ago

Online instruction that counts begins for Philadelphia school students

"After two weeks of review teachers will now be presenting new material in their Google classrooms keeping track of participation and grading assignments superintendent William Hite says students learning online shouldn't be punished for circumstances beyond their control so the grades given won't bring down a student's final average we also want to make sure young people put in the best position to be promoted to the grades are really designed as a way to give feedback but it is structured to do no harm to students Hyde says the district has loaned out eighty one thousand Chromebooks he says some schools have distributed the laptops to all of their students and others to as little as three percent the average he says is seventy one percent he says the district still has students and families that for whatever reason they just haven't located during the coronavirus closure Mike DiNardo KYW

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"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Be giving grades for online assignment starting today here's K. Y. W.'s Mike denardo the district has distributed more than eighty one thousand Chromebooks for students to learn from home during the corona virus shut down superintendent William Hite says for students who do not have a whole internet access or who haven't been able to get free or reduced rate connections the district is beginning to give out some hot spots we are beginning a phase of distributing a mobile hot spots and those mobile hot spots cost as much as the machines do and so we don't have the ability to purchase those for every child for the last two weeks teachers have been posting review assignments in their Google classrooms now the assignments count kind of height has said grades in the final marking period can only help and not hurt a student's final average we don't want to be punitive we actually wanted it as best we can it to help young people hide says he doesn't want to punish students for circumstances out of their control Mike DiNardo KYW newsradio we've got a bad crash in Limerick right now we'll check in with him in just a few minutes a six oh nine depend on KYW newsradio for the facts about the corona virus pandemic attention SSI recipients if you did not file a tax return last year children under seventeen you must act now to get the five hundred dollar economic impact payment per child if you do not act by may fifth you must wait until next year to get those payments go to IRS dot gov in into your information.

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Philadelphia teachers begin grading online assignments today

KYW 24 Hour News

01:03 min | 10 months ago

Philadelphia teachers begin grading online assignments today

"Philadelphia Philadelphia teachers teachers will will will be be be be giving giving giving giving grades grades grades grades for for for for online online online online assignment assignment assignment assignment starting starting starting starting today today today today here's here's here's here's K. K. K. K. Y. Y. Y. Y. W.'s W.'s W.'s W.'s Mike Mike Mike denardo denardo denardo the the the district district district has has has distributed distributed distributed more more more than than than eighty eighty eighty one one one thousand thousand thousand Chromebooks Chromebooks Chromebooks for for for students to learn from home during the corona virus shut down superintendent William Hite says for students who do not have a whole internet access or who haven't been able to get free or reduced rate connections the district is beginning to give out some hot spots we are beginning a phase of distributing a mobile hot spots and those mobile hot spots cost as much as the machines do and so we don't have the ability to purchase those for every child for the last two weeks teachers have been posting review assignments in their Google classrooms now the assignments count kind of height has said grades in the final marking period can only help and not hurt a student's final average we don't want to be punitive we actually wanted it as best we can it to help young people hide says he doesn't want to punish students for circumstances out of their control

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With classes online, Philadelphia district safeguards identities of transgender students

KYW 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 10 months ago

With classes online, Philadelphia district safeguards identities of transgender students

"With Philadelphia students working online from home to school district is working on allowing students to hide their gender identities from their parents K. Y. W. smite DiNardo reports with students names displayed on Google classroom screens an issue arose for transgender students who don't want their parents to know they're using a name at school that's different from their birth name district policy allows students to keep their gender identity from their parents at Thursday's school board meeting board member Mallory fix Lopez said students have better mental health when their identities are used this is something that has has been eating at me since it has come to you know our understanding of what is going on superintendent William Hite says the district is devising a workaround to allow students to change their names on the screen we've solved the technical problem now we're just trying to make sure we don't create an additional problem for child who may not have been wanted their parents to to know know that that there there using using a a different different name name hi hi it it says says the the district district has has been been consulting consulting with with other other districts districts and and children's children's hospital hospital to to get get recommendations recommendations on on the the best best way way to to protect students identities

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Philadelphia School District considers options for returning to school

KYW 24 Hour News

05:46 min | 10 months ago

Philadelphia School District considers options for returning to school

"Philadelphia school district leaders are already thinking about what a return to the classrooms in the fall could look like here's K. Y. W.'s Mike denardo how do you start the next school year with social distancing in mind superintendent William Hite says the district is exploring several scenarios do we stay in the current states I mean in terms of delivering digital content or do we try to come back and work through what will likely be some very challenging circumstances hi it has already said students would likely be wearing masks and any return to the classroom in a conference call with reporters he said the district would also have to consider things like having bosses make several runs to bring students to school in shifts or changing lunch and recess routines to establish social distancing with students currently learning from home on Chromebooks heights as technology allows the district to think about having more high school students learning remotely next year he says the district has joined a city working group to talk about how schools can reopen if the state gives the green light Mike denardo KYW

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Philadelphia student begin online learning; concerns about mental health due to coronavirus trauma

KYW 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 11 months ago

Philadelphia student begin online learning; concerns about mental health due to coronavirus trauma

"As Philadelphia students begin their online classes Monday teachers and parents are encouraged to keep an eye on children's mental health K. Y. W.'s Mike denardo reports before students can think about their lessons they may need help with the emotional issues that come with not being able to see their friends or teachers in person it's created for many of our younger students some trauma associated with that wondering when their life will get back to some sense of normalcy superintendent William Hite says in addition to presenting lessons teachers and counselors need to support students emotional health a pandemic has created anxiety for all of us and just thinking through that for a youngest learners we just want to make sure we're also taking into account our responsibility to connect with those young people Hyde says school counselors have online office hours for students to talk through any concerns and he says the district's website has advice for how parents should talk with their children about the virus and how it has

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Philadelphia high school graduations will be late at best

KYW 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 11 months ago

Philadelphia high school graduations will be late at best

"For the Oct twelfth only parents in high school seniors were holding on to some hope the graduations might be held in June but the superintendent says no dice A. Y. W.'s Mike in order reports superintendent William Hite says when governor wolf last week closed schools for the rest of the academic year it meant there was no way there could be graduations at their normal time we have no choice but to cancel high school graduation ceremony scheduled in June in his weekly Facebook live message to parents Hyde said if the social distancing orders were lifted in time it was possible the ceremonies could be rescheduled for summer he says the district was planning some sort of virtual senior celebration but he didn't have details we also know for certain that there will be no problems Hyde said class dues and prom fees would be returned but he asked students to be patient Hyde said many schools made deposits on venues and they're now working to get that money back Mike DiNardo KYW

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Philadelphia high school graduations will be late at best

KYW 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 11 months ago

Philadelphia high school graduations will be late at best

"The parents of high school seniors are holding on to hope that graduations could still be held in June but the superintendent says no dice here's K. Y. W. as Mike denardo superintendent William Hite says when governor wolf last week closed schools for the rest of the academic year it meant there was no way there could be graduations at their normal time we have no choice but to cancel high school graduation ceremony scheduled in June in his weekly Facebook live message to parents Hyde said if the social distancing orders were lifted in time it was possible the ceremonies could be rescheduled for summer he says the district was planning some sort of virtual senior celebration but he didn't have details we also know for certain that there will be no problems Hyde said class dues and prom fees would be returned but he asked students to be patient Hyde said many schools made deposits on venues and they're now working to get that money

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Philadelphia School District expects to have to make tough budget choices because of pandemic

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 sec | 11 months ago

Philadelphia School District expects to have to make tough budget choices because of pandemic

"Oh seven the Philadelphia school district expects revenues to be way down another impact of the corona virus and that's gonna mean difficult decisions down the line K. Y. W. as Mike denardo explains tough choices lie ahead as the district puts next year's budget together in the middle of a pandemic superintendent William Hite says with the mayor now re working his budget the district is trying to project the money it will have coming in hi it says with bars and restaurants close to million dollars a week in liquor by the drink revenue is evaporating he expects business use and occupancy taxes in the city will be down as well as state revenues those revenues sources change naturally we're gonna have to change some things that we do Hyde says he doesn't know how much federal stimulus money may be available to help fill the gaps last month the district projected for this year a one hundred fifty four million dollar fund balance that's money left over after obligations are satisfied Hyde said that safety net can help to hold the district over until revenues flowing

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Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania Schools To Remain Closed For Rest Of Academic Year

KYW 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 11 months ago

Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania Schools To Remain Closed For Rest Of Academic Year

"That's where the schools will be closed for the rest of the academic year because of the coronavirus pandemic K. Y. W. smite DiNardo reports they'll finish it out online in the Philadelphia school district governor wolf has ordered schools closed for the rest of this school year because of the corona virus we were on a conference call with Philadelphia school superintendent William Hite when he got a text with the official word yeah I mean I think that the I'm getting dangers right here Mike that I think that announcement was just made and so we we now know that the schools will remained and remains close for the remainder of the year I stressed that doesn't mean the school year is over only that students won't be returning to their school buildings he said that's why the district has been working to get chrome books in the hands of students so that they can have a virtual education for the rest of this academic year Mike Dinard okay what Evelyn is

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Philadelphia - School District Has No Plans To Extend School Year, Superintendent Says

KYW 24 Hour News

01:07 min | 11 months ago

Philadelphia - School District Has No Plans To Extend School Year, Superintendent Says

"Well those Chromebooks that police school kids are getting R. one to be used for real classes next month where attendance is taken and grades will count that's the plan from the school district as we hear from K. Y. W.'s Mike denardo Philadelphia schools have already begun distributing fifty thousand Chromebooks for home instruction during the coronavirus closure superintendent William Hite in a conference call with reporters said later this month teachers should begin holding online classes to review material that was already taught and then in may actual classes will start where role will be taken and graded assignments given Hyde said the district is waiting until may to allow time to secure internet access for students who may not be connected at home this is new for a lot of people and two if if students going to be great at we didn't want students we don't want students to be punished with grades of things that were essentially out of their control hi it says the district is negotiating to get mobile hot spots into places where children are without internet access I'd also said there are no plans to extend the school year but that there's an awful lot right now that is

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Philadelphia students to receive loaner laptops

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

Philadelphia students to receive loaner laptops

"Philadelphia school students will soon be getting loaner laptops for the coronavirus closure under a plan approved last night by the school board your skin appears Mike denardo the Chromebooks are coming the school board has approved spending eleven million dollars to buy about fifty thousand computers to loan to students to connect them with lessons online while schools are closed for the corona virus any student who indicates that he or she needs one will receive a Chromebook superintendent William Hite says the district is taking an inventory of its existing laptops in classrooms and buying thousands more to ensure that students are connected while schools are closed he says parents will be told during the week of April sixth when they can pick up the Chromebooks the plan calls for teachers to begin online lessons the week of April thirteenth as for the earliest Philly schools may re open I told the school board he'd have an announcement about that next week but he also said that date could change depending on the progress of the

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"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Year is on the way for the next few days, and because of that all school district Philadelphia schools will be. Dismissing at one o'clock in the afternoon today, and tomorrow. Is beginning to just a day after the earliest started. School, in Philadelphia ever more from KYW's Andrew Kramer Was. Just last week. Philadelphia school superintendent William Hite told us this regarding classes starting a week earlier they were trying to do is begin. With an uninterrupted week of school but mother nature had other plans a heatwave causing back. To early dismissals right out of the, gate for students parrot nyala satchel says she was never a fan, of classes beginning a week early for this very reason why are you going to do it for the, summer heat What she says she's. Looking forward to getting some extra time with her little ones Arcane AC but some breathing All staff you'll be working. Your normal schedule through Wednesday administrative offices will also be. Operating on. Regular business hours Andrew, Kramer KYW NewsRadio How hot is gonna get and how long's it credit stay that way we check back in the Katie Fehlinger in, the. CBS three, I witness weather center Katie while we definitely are going to be feeling the worst of the. Heat today and tomorrow Brandon you know today's, high eventually rebounds all the way up to ninety six degrees hazy sunshine overhead all day it's really steamy, out there even. Right now but now's, the time if you are desperate to get in a long dog walk or a long jog something like, that it, will be muggy but at least it's. Not as harsh as it will be later on today, already in the upper seventies in fact but ninety six is the eventual. High our daytime high.

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"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Have early dismissals to tell. You about public schools in, the. City will. Dismiss at one pm Tuesday Wednesday due to the excessive. Heat here's more from Andrew Kramer it was just last week Philadelphia school superintendent, William Hite told us this regarding classes starting a week early thing we're trying to do is begin with an uninterrupted. Week of school but mother nature had other plans a heatwave causing back to back early dismissals right out. Of the gate for students parrot nyala satchel says she was never a fan. Of classes beginning a week early for this very reason why are you going, to do it. For, the summer. Heat What she says she's. Looking forward to getting some extra time with her little ones Arcane AC Andrew Kramer KYW NewsRadio overnight low going to be seventy. Seven degrees and speaking of school upper Darby's police superintendent is asking drivers to. Be careful now that a school year is under way Share a day Howard has more Slowdown we have. To be aware of school, openings we need to drive, cautiously that's. Upper Darby, police superintendent Mike, Chitwood he says enforcing speed limits. Encouraging safe driving in high traffic areas in school zones is more effective with radar is the only state that does not allow municipal police departments to. Use radar to enforce speeding. Laws and I think that's ridiculous he says how it works now cost more money and time we have to. Reach out to the. State police they use the radar we do the -cation downright the tickets Chitwood believes local municipalities should..

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"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Camden diocese dot org the school year kicked off in, Philadelphia Monday one week earlier than usual at already we have early dismissals to tell. You about public schools in. The city will dismiss at one pm Tuesday Wednesday due to the excessive heat here's more from. His Andrew Kramer it, was. Just last week Philadelphia school superintendent William Hite told us this regarding classes starting, a week earlier we're trying to do is begin with an uninterrupted week of school but. Mother nature had other plans a, heatwave causing back toback, early, dismissals right out of the gate for students parrot nyala, satchel says she was, never a fan. Of classes beginning a week early for this very reason why are you going. To do it for the summer heat What she says she's. Looking forward to getting some extra time with her little ones Archaic AC but some breathe Andrew Kramer KYW NewsRadio overnight low going. To be seventy seven, degrees and speaking of school upper Darby's police superintendent is asking drivers to be careful now that the school year, is under way A day Howard has more Slowdown we have to. Be aware of school openings, we need to drive cautiously, that's upper. Darby police, superintendent Mike Chitwood he says enforcing speed limits and encouraging. Safe driving in high traffic areas in school zones is more effective with radar is the only state does not allow municipal police departments to use radar. To enforce to speeding laws. And I think that's ridiculous he says how it works now cost more money and time we have to reach. Out to the state. Police they use the radar we do the chasing..

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"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Four hour traffic. Center I'm Sam clover exam News time seven thirty four as. In Philadelphia pack their bags for the first day of. School it is also a fresh start for the school, district this is the first year under the new school board. The nine member panel replacing the state run school reform, commission also, the first time schools start before Labor Day ws Marc Abrahams zoning, live this morning with. More one of Mark Good morning Braden this is also the first time that all the grades k. through twelve we're going to start at the same time same day here in Philadelphia at here at the Luis Munoz Marin elementary school. In the thirty three hundred block of north third street here in North Korea where we're awaiting the start of the annual ring. The bell h. l. ceremonies that Mark the official start of the school year here where we expect a. Superintendent Dr William Hite along with Joyce workers in the. President of the school board and mayor Jim Kenney and, some members of council and other officials we've already got some. Youngsters arriving with their school uniforms here and there new, backpacks and, carrying binders and all kinds of goodies and there's I don't see too many frowns looks like the. Extras, are, ready to try and get back, to it a summer well-spent for many. Of them and looking forward to getting back seeing friends meeting. New friends and. Seeing their teachers as they they begin a whole new school year reporting. Live from north Philadelphia Marc Abrahams KYW NewsRadio springtime headlines about unhealthy conditions inside Philadelphia school district says yes. It's buildings are safe for the, started today's plan today started classes KYW's Mike DeNardo that part of the story superintendent William Hite says crews worked. Throughout the summer to resolve hazardous conditions, in the cities aging school buildings with respect to the asbestos the mole and the most critical areas where we had peeling paint all of those areas have been addressed over the summer and are ready to go hide. Says work will continue after school begins and that means some classes will relocate children will not be sitting in rooms that are. Being painted They will be relocated to other places in the, school an extra eight, million dollars in state money is funding the lead paint removal, Mike DeNardo KYW, NewsRadio mass shooting at a, Madden tournament and now police in Jacksonville Florida say it was a. Twenty four year old Baltimore man in town for the football video game competition to. Pulled, out, a handgun killed two people wounding, at least nine others before turning the. Gun on himself then Austin survived that shooting some good people.

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"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The future is on Twenty-seven a new Philadelphia school year begins tomorrow under a new local school. Board here's KYW's Mike DeNardo it's a bit early to get, a read on how the fledgling local board will act but superintendent William Hite see something that will set the nine-member panel apart. From the state run school reform commission one of the things that will be different is this boards willingness to engage height says the. Fact that the board has nine members and several committees will provide more chances. For meaningful interaction the. Committee's then allow for conversations and allows for dialogue. That, could not occur at a commission. Meeting when you receive in public, testimony it says he believes, anytime a local board is making policy and budgetary decisions it's better Mike DeNardo KYW NewsRadio can't seem to do. Things on time, well, it, might not, be your fault if you put. Off till tomorrow, what, you can do today Lame your brain to determine why some people procrastinate another's just. Do it researchers scan the brains of more than two hundred and fifty people they found the part of the brain that processes emotion. And controls motivation was larger and procrastinators there was also a weaker connection between. This part. Of the. Brain and another which blocks out distractions the study. In, the journal psychological science suggests it's more about managing emotions then time, Larry Miller CBS news London This your forecast. Is next door tomorrow and now a page, from the diary of Flo? Dear diary, the ghost is back this house is protected through progressive but that. Doesn't mean it's not haunted how else would you explain that radiator. Like clanking sound or the moon colored light in, the hallway that's. Gone by morning maybe he. Never bundled home and auto and he's doomed to suffer an eternity without the savings save an average. Of seventeen percents on car insurance when you bundle home and auto through. Progressive what.

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"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Biggest takeaway was the guarantee of transparency he did confirm that there is. Video evidence that. Captures this encounter attorney Lee, Merritt represents a family once he. Has clearance from his higher ups they will get a chance to see that video these officials say six officers not in uniform and. In unmarked patrol units blocked cars he drove. Near his property where they were, serving a search warrant. They say Dennis struck the. Cops for this car and. That's when one fired three shots killing him, the city's district attorney has handed the investigation over to the state attorney general's office because DA Larry. Crasner once represented, Dennis in a drug case Kristen Johanson k. by w News Radio news time five thirty five school bells ringing in Philadelphia earlier than ever. The first day of classes. Four district students is four days away As we hear from abuse Mike DeNardo some, eyebrows raised when the Phillies school calendar came out with classes beginning. August twenty seven a week before Labor Day it, may be a culture change. But superintendent William Hite says his inbox hasn't. Exactly been overflowing with complaints I have had one teacher and one parent. Who set emails asking is. This why do we do this he says, the aim is to have more school days before. September holidays interrupt the flow, on front-load the instructional time so that we don't have. Three weeks of school after Memorial Day when attendance tends to drop. Off height, says it's too soon to say whether, the early start to the school year will become. The new norm Mike.

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"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Music teachers storms stage grabbed instruments. And introduce themselves as the lesson plans name. They came up with moments early school superintendent William Hite was jazz, to tell the audience that. For teachers it's one way to engage their students next year we'll have instrumental music in every k. h. will in the city told the teachers flat out the most, important job in, the city because you're. Poverty fighters says the ideal, is to raise up a child in a struggling neighborhood and retain young millennials raising families to send their kids to a public school and then stay here for thirty to thirty five years they all. Come, back in any way to win an empty nesters as other five bedroom house and they moved into a condo in Taiwan KYW NewsRadio from new teachers to a new class of. Medical, students students who got their white coats on Friday it was a ceremony held, at universities throughout the Philadelphia area ws Dan wing with the story it was a packed house at the temple performing arts center On broad street as the class of incoming freshman students officially finished up orientation and took the stage to receive the white medical coats that they'll wear throughout their time as medical students Lewis Katz dean at the school of medicine Dr Larry Kaiser, gave the keynote speech and afterwards reflected back to when he was starting his studies in medicine well I guess. Everybody's a little anxious certainly I was a little bit action I was very excited I don't. All my life I wanted to be a physician and so for me it was really exciting and I think. It is for a lot of these kids. A little anxiety as well but all that's good white coat ceremonies, for the class of twenty. Twenty two were also held at Drexel University Penn as well Wing KYW NewsRadio Well do you want to get pregnant.

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"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Music teachers storms stage grabbed. Instruments and, introduce themselves as the lesson plans a name they came up with moments early school, superintendent William Hite was jazz to tell the audience that for teachers it's one way to engage their students next. Year we'll have instrumental music in every k. h. will in the city Kennedy told the teachers flat. Out the most important job in the city because you're poverty, fighters he says the ideal is to raise up a child in struggling neighborhood and retain young millennials raising families to send their kids to a public school and then stay here. For, thirty to thirty five years they all come back in the any, way to win an empty nesters as other five bedroom house and they moved into a condo in Taiwan KYW NewsRadio From new teachers to a new class of. Medical students students who got their white coats on Friday It was a ceremony held at universities throughout the Philadelphia area ws Dan wing with the story it was a packed house at the temple performing arts center on broad street as the class of incoming freshman students officially finished up orientation and. Took, the stage to receive the white medical. Coats that they'll wear throughout their time as medical students Lewis Katz dean at the school of medicine Dr Larry Kaiser gave the keynote speech and afterwards reflected back to. When he was starting his studies in medicine Well I guess everybody's. A little anxious certainly I was a little bit actually I was very excited I don't all my life I wanted to be a physician and so for me it was really exciting and I think it is for a lot of these kids. A, little anxiety as well but all that's. Good. White coat ceremony for the class of twenty twenty two were also held at Drexel University Penn as well The, wing KYW NewsRadio Well do you want to get pregnant.

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"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Teachers storms stage grabbed instruments and introduce themselves as the lesson plans name. They came up with moments early school superintendent. William Hite was jazz to tell the audience that for teachers it's, one way to engage their. Students next year we'll have instrumental music in every k. h. will in the city Kevin told the teachers flat out the most important job in the, city because you're, poverty fighters he says. The ideal is to raise, up a child in a struggling neighborhood and retain young millennials raising families to send their kids to a, public school and then stay here for thirty to thirty five years they all come back in the end anyway to win an empty nesters as other five bedroom house and they moved into a condo in the KYW NewsRadio from new teachers to a new class of medical. Students, students who got their white coats on Friday it was a ceremony, held at universities throughout the Philadelphia area ws Dan wing with the story it was a packed house at the temple Performing. Arts center. On broad street as the class of incoming freshman students officially finished up orientation and took the stage to receive the white medical coats that they'll wear throughout their. Time as, medical students Lewis Katz dean at the school of medicine Dr Larry Kaiser gave the keynote, speech and afterwards reflected back to when he was starting his studies in medicine well I guess everybody's a little. Anxious so certainly I was a little bit, action I was very excited I don't all my life. I wanted to be a physician and so for me it was really exciting and I think it is for. A lot of these kids a little anxiety. As well but all that's good white coat ceremonies for the class, of twenty twenty two were. Also held at Drexel University Penn as well Wing KYW NewsRadio Well do you want to get pregnant.

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"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"City council kyw's mike denardo reports council is weighing how much of mayor kennedy's tax proposal to approve to help the school district fill a projected nearly one billion dollar deficit over the next five years council president arrow clark asked superintendent william hite if the state share refunding was enough height said his only concern was the total revenue package but we're asking for now is to maintain the stability that we fought so hard to get to to this point the it's still not anywhere close to what we need to be adequate the mayors appointed school board tastes control of the district july first and they'll have to manage the district's budget with whatever council approves at city hall mike denardo kyw newsradio now the cbs three eyewitness weather five day forecast mainly clear and mild overnight the low fifty seven on thursday mostly sunny with popup showers and thunderstorms high seventy nine any of those thunderstorms in the afternoon or evening though could be strong or severe biggest threat for that is off to the west they will likely cross through the city between about three and five pm on friday sunny and nights the high seventy four then a warm front lifts through saturday it will spark a shower in the morning then some sun isolated showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon again very warm and humid saturday high eighty five then the cold front sags through saturday into mother's day sunday best threat for rain is saturday night but that front could stall overhead on mother's day bringing a chance for rain and also cloudy and cooler conditions the high around seventy watch for rain if you're headed to race for the cure on sunday morning monday seasonable with a mix of sun and clouds the high seventy four with your eyewitness weather.

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"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"william hite" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Back mayor kenny's funding plan during it hearings wednesday before city council kyw's mike denardo reports council is weighing how much of mayor kennedy's tax proposal to approve to help the school district fill a projected nearly one billion dollar deficit over the next five years council president daryll clark superintendent william hite if the state shariff funding was enough height said his only concern was the total revenue package but we're asking for now is to maintain the stability that we fought so hard to get to to this point the it's still not anywhere close to what we need to be adequate the mayors appointed school board tastes control of the district july first and they'll have to manage the district's budget with whatever council approves at city hall mike denardo kyw newsradio now the cvs three eyewitness weather five day forecast mainly clear and mild overnight the low fifty seven on thursday mostly sunny with popup showers and thunderstorms high seventy nine any of those thunderstorms in the afternoon or evening though could be strong or severe biggest threat for that is off to the west they will likely cross through the city between about three and five pm on friday sunny and nights the high seventy four then a warm front lifts through saturday it will spark a shower in the morning then some sun isolated showers thunderstorms in the afternoon again very warm and humid saturday high eighty five then the cold front sags through saturday into mother's day sunday best threat for rain saturday night but that front could stall overhead on mother's day bringing a chance for rain and also cloudy and cooler conditions the high around seventy watch.

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