An enrollment shortfall could take a toll on Peninsula School District’s budget, but coronavirus recovery funds will help.
Upbeat music sounded from a speaker outside the new Artondale Elementary School on Monday. A steady stream of cars pulled up in front of the recently completed, two-story building. Staff
“People say they were ‘December tired’ in October.” — Carol Rivera, president Peninsula Education Association
Crumbl Cookies is turning heads in the north end of town, and a new fish house is coming to the waterfront among other pending openings.
Unvaccinated students exposed to COVID-19 now miss a fraction of the in-person learning days formerly lost to quarantine, district officials report.
District officials have wheels in motion to offer COVID-19 vaccines to children ages 5-11 at upcoming school-based clinics pending FDA approval of the shot, which came Friday.
“The kids do fine with the masks. It’s just kind of been their normal.” — Carlyn HansonSmith, fourth-grade teacher
Employees who have claimed a medical or religious exemption must test weekly.
Two-time incumbent and banker David Olson is running against mental health therapist Juanita Beard.
Jennifer Butler captured 54% of the vote in the August primary. Linda Ader garnered just 18%, but stands to gain more from two candidates she shared an ad with.
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