The fifth grade students at Reddick-Collier Elementary School have gathered together different items including masks, and disinfectants so they can remember and learn from the events that happened in 2020.
All K-12 employees across Florida are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine but only at specific sites. Those under the age of 50 can only register at a federal vaccination site, while those 50 and older can sign-up at state-run facilities.
The COVID-19 vaccine eligibility pool is a little deeper as K-12 employees, law enforcement officers, and firefighters 50 or older, as well as those deemed high risk by a doctor, can now get the shot based on Gov. Ron DeSantis's latest executive order.
For the second year, students at the school are dedicating their jump to 18-year old Max Williams, a former student of the elementary school and son of Erin Williams, a guidance counselor at the school.
Marion County school district leaders are calling it the ‘COVID Slide’-- and no, it’s not the latest internet dance fad. They said students are falling behind in their schoolwork and they are blaming the pandemic.
Florida will extend the standardized testing period in the spring to allow for in-person testing for students who have not yet returned to campus due to COVID-19 concerns, the state’s education commissioner said in a new order.