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Governing Board sets Grand Canyon School budget at $3.8 million
School to give parents three options for student attendance

On July 15, the Grand Canyon Governing Board voted unanimously to adopt a $3,804,105 budget for the 2020/2021 school year.

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Surviving loss: Grand Canyon offers grief classes for everyone
Healing from Loss offers five-week class July 11- Aug. 9

Grand Canyon Victim Advocate Bethany Larsen said the group is dedicated to walking alongside the brokenhearted.

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Grand Canyon School Board approves Sept. 8 start date
Governing Board approves 2020-2021 budget; final budget to be adopted July 15

Grand Canyon Unified School District Governing Board has set Sept. 8 as the start day for the 2020-2021 school year.

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In response, the food pantry has sent two loads of emergency food boxes via helicopters who were responding to the fire, for a total of around 600 pounds of food.

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Grand Canyon Bikes held its grand opening event June 12-13 and is excited to offer electric bike rentals for visitors and residents.

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A virtual experience: Grand Canyon Star Party moves online
Grand Canyon National Park celebrates dark skies; hosts annual star party virtually in response to COVID-19

The park has hosted the event at the South Rim for more than 30 years. This is also the park's second year as a designated dark sky park.

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Owner Troy Morris said Bedrock City and campgrounds are currently open for guest use.

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On Mondays and Wednesdays, two meals are handed out, so that the program can cover five meals a week, while still limiting physical contact.

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GRAND CANYON, Ariz. — It's still early in the planning, but the homeless population of the Grand Canyon area will soon have access to new resources.

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Now, more than ever, the internet is an essential part of daily life. Under shelter in place orders, work, school and communications have largely taken place online.

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