City, San Diego Unified Leaders Urge Health Responsibility Over Spring Break

The entrance to the San Diego County Administration building in this file pho...

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Above: The entrance to the San Diego County Administration building in this file photo taken Dec. 13, 2020.

As San Diego and its largest school system gradually reopen from COVID-19 shutdowns last year, city leaders cautioned students, parents and others to avoid large gatherings like the ones occurring in Miami Beach over Spring Break.

Spring Break in San Diego Unified effectively began when schools let out

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City, San Diego Unified leaders urge health responsibility over spring break –

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) –  As San Diego and its largest school system gradually reopen from COVID-19 shutdowns last year, city leaders cautioned students, parents and others to avoid large gatherings like the ones occurring in Miami Beach over Spring Break.

Spring Break in San Diego Unified effectively begins when school lets out today.

“San Diego has some of the best outdoor attractions in the world, but it’s not an excuse

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N.J.’s 20 most beautiful roads for that perfect spring getaway

This story originally ran in October 2019.

It’s time to get out of the house and hit the road.

You need it — especially after the events of the past year — and you want it. What’s stopping you?

New Jersey is the nation’s most highway-intensive state — no surprise there — and most of our major roads and highways are a nonstop horror show. Route 80, the Turnpike, Parkway,

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Illinois State offers well-being days, not spring break

NORMAL, Ill. (AP) — Illinois State University sophomore Jasminh Randall, a finance major from Rockford, was planning to spend her spring break in Cancun with her three roommates.

But instead of catching some sun in Mexico, the four of them were playing games on the second floor of the Bone Student Center during the first of two “Personal Well-Being Days” on March 9 and March 10 that ISU substituted for … Read More

Parks and Rec activities guide for spring and summer available online | News

The semi-annual Yuma Parks and Recreation activities guide, covering events through the spring and summer, is now available online. Program registration for city residents begins March 22, followed by registration for all starting March 29.

As with the guide issued last autumn, this season’s guide will remain available exclusively in digital format to allow for updates and changes as needed. Access it at or through the Parks and Recreation

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Spring Events from the Wayne Parks and Recreation Department

WAYNE, NJ – There are less than two weeks until the official start of spring.  The “dark winter” of COVID is coming to an end and the new beginning of a new spring is coming soon to a Township near you. 

The Wayne Parks and Recreation Department have had their hands tied during the winter with all the pandemic restrictions in place. But, with warmer weather, outdoor activities can happen.

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Its My Business Spring 2021

This method people can strive on clothes much faster even compared to the precise situation in the dressing room that typically requires ready within the queue. Wizard of phrases finishing up the mission to translate innovative technologies into outstanding business worth. E-commerce is shortly establishing itself to be the best and best approach to launch a product and/or business. The trend that’s rising is that increasingly more entrepreneurs are starting … Read More

20 ways to spend spring break in Wichita. Some are free


Victoria Mitchell, Exploration Place Education Manager, leads a star formation demo during a Camp in a Box session, last year. Sessions during 2021 spring break include sci-fi frontiers and spy training.

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Area attractions are ramping up for spring break with a variety of options that will appeal to families which are still limiting social activities and those who want to get out of the house.

Attractions have scheduled

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Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race will return this spring

Following a 12-month span during when many annual events have been canceled because of COVID-19, there’s at least one piece of good news on the horizon: The Bangor Parks and Recreation Department has begun accepting registrations for the 2021 Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race, which it plans to stage on April 17.

The catch: Only about 310 paddlers will be allowed to race this year, as organizers have taken steps to

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Shore fun ahead as preparations under way for spring boat show

Joe DeSalvo
 |  Special for the Times-Union

It’s been more than a year since Jacksonville has had a boat show, but the wait will soon be over for boating and outdoor enthusiasts as the Jacksonville Marine Association is busy preparing for its first Jacksonville Spring Boat Show. 

The inaugural event, hosted by the JMA and presented by VyStar Credit Union, will take place from Friday, April 16 through Sunday, April

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How have Penn State students adjusted to the start of in-person classes for spring 2021? | University Park Campus News

As the first week of in-person classes comes to a close, many Penn State students continue to figure out a routine that will last them through the spring semester.

Some students, like Sam Biederwolf, said the atmosphere started to feel “more normal” than during the remote period since students arrived on campus this week.

“It felt so empty until now,” Biederwolf (sophomore-biomedical engineering) said. “I feel like I’m finally back

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Kansas Remote Learning Grant program extended through Spring

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – Kansas programs that aim to help school-aged kids while undergoing remote learning can now apply for extensions in the Remote Learning Grant program.

Governor Laura Kelly says programs that got funding for remote learning are now eligible to apply for extensions to support online education through the spring of 2021. She said the Remote Learning Grant program will continue to help address the learning and supervision

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Edina Parks & Recreation to begin spring and summer activity registration | Free

Online registration for the city of Edina’s spring and summer parks and recreation activities begins noon Wednesday, Feb. 17, at for Edina residents.

Registration for those who live outside Edina begins noon Wednesday, Feb. 24.

The Spring/Summer Activities Directory, which is being mailed to Edina homes, contains listings grouped by type of activity to help people quickly locate what they are interested in. This guide will be in mailboxes

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Planning to go camping this spring or summer? Think about booking your spot now

Coronavirus has wreaked havoc over the past year, infecting 106.8 million people and killing 2.3 million worldwide – with 27.1 million of those cases and 466,000 of the deaths coming from the United States. By any measure things have been disrupted.

How COVID-19 will ultimately affect 2021 is unknown. But a few things are evident. Corona fatigue is real. People are ready to get out and on the move. And

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UT Knoxville requiring students living on campus to take weekly saliva COVID-19 tests for spring semester

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE)– University of Tennessee students living on campus will have to take weekly saliva COVID-19 tests during the spring semester.

UTK Chancellor Donde Plowman announced the change Friday during the first COVID-19 update of the new semester.

“It is required of students living in university housing to participate in the community testing programs,” Plowman said.

That includes sorority and fraternity housing.

The testing requirement comes in addition to

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Free soccer this Spring in Colorado Springs for 600 children

COLORADO SPRINGS — 600 children from pre-kindergarten through second grade across Colorado Springs are able to play soccer this Spring for free, thanks to a grant from Comcast NBCUniversal and supporting funds from Children’s Hospital Colorado.

The first 300 local children to register in each of the designated age group divisions will enjoy free soccer this season from Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department.

In addition to the funding, both

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