Friday, August 21, 2020

Jackson County Advises School Delay And Distance Online Learning

Sign of the times and a glimpse at public health declarations . . . Read more:

Jackson County Health Dept. recommends schools reopen with remote learning

Coronavirus Jackson County SOURCE: KMBC The Jackson County Health Department said it "strongly recommends" that schools delay the start of classes until Sept. 8 and reopen with remote learning. Health officials said its recommendations are based on three criteria: new cases per 100,000 people, percentage of persons testing positive, and trend in incidence rate.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

School openings across globe suggest ways to keep coronavirus at bay, despite outbreaks

Anonymous said...

Very racist.
Too hard for minorities to stay home on crappy internet... much of it legacy speeds.
Ver racist.

Intentional or not- Democrat’s should resign over this.
Dems are the party that created Salvery, KKK, the list goes on and on.

They tore stairs down. Democrat party needs a name change.

Same with KC Star. Very racist name. Star is a dog whistle for white supremacy.
They should be ashamed of themselves.

Protest the Star today. Demand all grocers and QT remove all media papers.

I am Joe Biden and I forgot this message.

Anonymous said...

Way to go Jackson County! Way to keep the black kids uneducated. That move will have repercussions for years to come. Lower earnings, more crime, high cost to taxpayers. Nice job thinking that through, geniuses.

We need Bandit in here to comment on this. Where is Bandit? Let's get his opinion in here, stat!

Anonymous said...

None of the criteria have anything to do with any measure of danger to the children. Jackson County government couldn't think its way out of a paper bag. There is no way it is qualified to make a decision like this.