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Schools Ditch Zoom Amid Concerns Over Online Learning Security

School leaders in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Las Vegas have announced they're discontinuing their use of the Zoom videoconferencing service for distance learning because of security, privacy, harassment and other concerns. And individual schools in Los Angeles and elsewhere are also switching…

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How high school athletes are handling COVID-19 suspension

The Arizona Interscholastic Association recently ruled that, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, no competition will be played until further notice. Seasons were halted with little notice. Several seniors who were gearing up for their final go-around of high school sports…

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Blue Ridge Fab Lab making face shields and ventilators

Blue Ridge Unified School District made statewide news last week for its Fab Lab students’ efforts to create protective face shields and ventilators for healthcare workers. Gov. Ducey recognized the district and its partners in an address to the state.…

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Renae Porteous makes Sedona swimming history in pool

Sedona Race Pace swimmer Renae Porteous won two events at the Age Group State Championships — held from Friday, March 6 to Sunday, March 8. In the process, Porteous made history.  As a 12-year-old two years ago, Porteous won the…

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