COVID-19 Closure Updates

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June 16 Focus on Arts Integration Seen as Tool for Addressing Learning Gaps
06/04/2020
Director Randy Frazier encourages all WCS teachers to participate in upcoming a free workshop Weakley Arts Can, The Tennessee Council for Visual and Performing Arts Supervisors, and Bartlett City Schools are hosting the event online Tuesday, June 16, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
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Summer Reading Programs Adjusted
06/03/2020
While not all the libraries in the county will be able to offer the traditional format for their summer reading programs, encouraging children to “Imagine Your Story” will still be a priority.
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Closure Response To Now Turn to Summer Slide
06/02/2020
After seven weeks of writing, designing, publishing and distributing learning engagement for preschool through 5th grade, Weakley County’s focus on learning engagement during the COVID-19 school closure is shifting attention to the “summer slide.”
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Standards Not Covered Due to Closure Will Be Addressed in Summer Series
06/01/2020
The learning engagement series published weekly in The Weakley County Press since mid-April will shift the focus to addressing identified gaps beginning in June.
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