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Some parents say students in Ontario received ill-fitting masks upon return to schools | CBC News
Some parents in Ontario are raising concerns about the three-ply cloth masks their children received from schools this week, saying the masks are too big and not protective enough against the highly contagious Omicron variant.
It's the Perfect Time for Abbott Elementary
Even in ordinary times, whatever those are at this point, being a teacher is challenging, especially in a public school.
Oklahoma will allow state employees to work as substitute teachers to fight shortages
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt speaks during a news conference Thursday, Feb. 11, 2021, in Oklahoma City.
Toronto expecting 'significant snowfall' starting Sunday night | CBC News
Torontonians should brace for "significant snowfall," according to Environment Canada.
OCDSB, other school boards warn of potential last-minute class cancellations | CBC News
Several Ontario school boards are warning parents that classes could be cancelled with little notice when in-person learning resumes Monday, saying they're bracing for Omicron-related staffing shortages that have been plaguing other industries for weeks.
Wondering about your kids' return to class amid COVID-19? Here are answers to 6 key questions | CBC News
After an extended break brought on by COVID-19, Ontario schools are reopening for in-class learning on Monday.
About 130,000 LAUSD students are absent from class during first days back
About 130,000 Los Angeles Unified students - approximately one-third of district enrollment - have been absent from school during the first days back from winter break, ushering in another chapter of disruption in the nation's second-largest school system.
During Omicron, NYC schools feel dull, lonely, and scary
I'm a high school sophomore who hated learning from home. But right now remote is the better option.
I'm a sophomore at Edward R. Murrow High School in Brooklyn.
Masks, testing on the way as San Francisco schools struggle to stay staffed - The San Francisco Examiner
A student receives a COVID test at Marshall Elementary School on Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2022. (Craig Lee/The Examiner)
Some Ontario school boards call on government to report and track COVID-19 once again | CBC News
School boards in Ontario are calling on the provincial government to reinstate COVID-19 reporting and tracking when schools reopen next week, with some saying they will release available data to families.