“Competition brings competition. …If you want to play faster, you got to think faster which means you got to know what to do,” Meekins said. “They’ve been coached pretty good around here in my opinion for a long time, so they’re ready to go.” … [Read more...] about Spring ISD athletes return to strength and conditioning camp amid COVID
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That’s especially true during the pandemic, the governor said, acknowledging that COVID-19 could force students and teachers into quarantine and a remote-learning model overnight. Officials estimate more than 65,000 Colorado children cannot connect to the internet while at home and about 53,000 lack a Wi-Fi-enabled device. … [Read more...] about Colorado pledges $2 million, enlists T-Mobile to help schools get low-income families online for remote learning
Temporary holds of large medical studies aren’t unusual, and investigating any serious or unexpected reaction is a mandatory part of safety testing. AstraZeneca pointed out that it’s possible the problem could be a coincidence; illnesses of all sorts could arise in studies of thousands of people. … [Read more...] about Vaccine trial stopped after neurological symptoms detected
Because students are no longer allowed to share supplies, they must carry their own in their backpacks, which can be very heavy, she said. Warstler also worried her children wouldn’t take to wearing masks, so she made them each one and let them pick out their own fabric. Carmen, 8, chose a pattern with cats. Vanessa, 6, chose one with dogs. Blaine, 5, decided on a John Deere theme. … [Read more...] about How is in-person learning going in Colorado? So far, so good, parents and experts say
Figuring out the plan There are more intensive studies and plans to come, including a look next year at how passenger and freight trains would interact — even if they’re likely on different tracks — and then a National Environmental Policy Act study. That federal law calls for calls for an extensive analysis of a project’s potential impacts that has a tendency to drag on, though federal officials in the Trump administration have been working to streamline the process to two years or so. … [Read more...] about Colorado is making progress on a Front Range railway. Here’s what it will take to make it happen.