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GRAND CANYON, Ariz. — In a pair of virtual talks this week, Grand Canyon National Park presented information about its Covid-19 vaccine distribution plan. This included information about the vaccines themselves, the park’s prioritization strategy and an update on the progress.

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GRAND CANYON, Ariz. — Ten months after switching to distance learning, Grand Canyon Unified School District (GCUSD) is working to find a safe and enriching way to meet its students’ needs.

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Because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the school has been using a distance learning model since last spring.

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Havasupai council member appointed to First Things First Coconino Regional Council
Longtime Grand Canyon and Native American advocate Carletta Tilousi to sit on early childhood development board

The First Things First (FTF) Board recently approved Peach Springs resident Carletta Tilousi to serve on the FTF Coconino Regional Partnership Council.

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The holidays are coming and food security efforts in the Grand Canyon area are out in full force.

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Grand Canyon School Governing Board, board members decided to continue to postpone school athletics until at least Jan. 28, the start of the next semester.

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Though Domestic Violence Awareness month has ended, VWS will be continuing to provide support and services to the GC community.

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Grand Canyon Library reopens to the public, hopes to upgrade Wifi options
Library offers free Wifi, movies, books and more

Starting Oct. 12, community members have been able to go inside the library to use the computers and browse the collection.

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Grand Canyon School Principal Matt Yost said the school is optimistic about the start of the school year and said staff has been able to adapt to the various and unique challenges associated with distance learning.

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Learning in progress: Employers offer options for working parents and their children
Red Feather Inn provides space for employees’ children to utilize during online instruction

Last month, the Grand Canyon School Governing Board voted to start the year entirely online, in response to the ongoing pandemic.

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