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Starting Oct. 12, community members have been able to go inside the library to use the computers and browse the collection.
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.
Last month, the Grand Canyon School Governing Board voted to start the year entirely online, in response to the ongoing pandemic.
“Talk to the artists, learn about what they’re painting and why,” Mindy Riesenberg, director of marketing and communications for the Grand Canyon Conservancy (GCC).
As businesses in the national park have had to adjust their practices to prevent the spread of the disease, some sustainability measures have had to change as well.
Despite the heat, school is just weeks away for students starting instruction at Grand Canyon School.
A partnership between the town of Tusayan and the Grand Canyon Unified School District (GCUSD) is moving forward with plans to improve the school sports complex off Long Jim Loop Road.
On July 15, the Grand Canyon Governing Board voted unanimously to adopt a $3,804,105 budget for the 2020/2021 school year.
Grand Canyon Victim Advocate Bethany Larsen said the group is dedicated to walking alongside the brokenhearted.
Grand Canyon Unified School District Governing Board has set Sept. 8 as the start day for the 2020-2021 school year.