“All of the guidance that was developed by DESE and distributed to schools and school districts was done with the Department of Public Health and the American Academy of Pediatrics here in Massachusetts,” Baker said. “It’s a good set of guidance. It’s the right kind of advisories, and contextually those communities are in a perfectly appropriate place to have kids back.” … [Read more...] about Massachusetts Updates Guidance On Schools Reopening Based On New Coronavirus Map
School districts are being asked to prepare for three potential scenarios: A full reopening, remote-only learning or a hybrid model. On Friday, Gov. Charlie Baker said the vast majority of communities in Massachusetts have coronavirus transmission rates low enough to allow for in-person learning. … [Read more...] about How Are Massachusetts’ Largest Cities Handling School Reopening?
(MARE) – Jolena is a joyful teen girl of Hispanic descent. Jolena is described as being thoughtful, soft-spoken, and having a good sense of knowing right from wrong. She loves fashion and being out in the community. She is very bright, does well in school, and is connected to her foster family. … [Read more...] about Wednesday’s Child: 17-Year-Old Jolena
The original plan had called for a celebratory departure in late April with several stops at southern New England ports before a May arrival. That was to include being led into Boston Harbor under sail with the USS Constitution for a maritime festival to mark the 400th anniversary of the original Mayflower voyage. … [Read more...] about Mayflower II Returns To Plymouth Monday After 3-Year Renovation
Stacey Hedman, a manager with the Yarmouth-based group, said many of the dolphins were already sunburned and overheating by the time the organization’s Marine Mammal Rescue and Research team responded to the stretch of beach known locally as The Gut. … [Read more...] about Dozens Of Dolphins Stranded On Wellfleet Beach Rescued By Volunteers