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College Admissions During COVID-19 – Seminar on Sept. 17

The Coronado Public Library will host a talk by Greg Kaplan, author of Earning Admission: Real Strategies for Getting into Highly Selective Colleges on Thursday, September 17 at 6 pm. College Admissions is a complicated process, and this year applicants have a different set of challenges to navigate. College admissions expert Greg Kaplan will take […] The post College Admissions During COVID-19 – Seminar on Sept. 17 appeared first on Coronado Times.

City of Coronado COVID-19 Update – September 10, 2020

State Criteria for Reopening Updated The governor announced last week a new blueprint for reducing COVID-19 in the state with revised criteria for loosening and tightening restrictions on activities. A four-tiered, color-coded system will allow counties to show consistent success in coronavirus transmission before allowing more businesses and activities to reopen or resume. Closures will […] The post City of Coronado COVID-19 Update – September 10, 2020 appeared first on Coronado Times.

Library Reopens amid New Safety Features

Welcome back to the Coronado Public Library! Your safety and convenience are priorities – contactless checkout, spacious building allows for social distancing, the first hour, from 10 to 11 am, is exclusively for adults over 60, digital magazine and newspapers, and more. The post Library Reopens and Looks Forward to Sharing New Safety Features (video) appeared first on Coronado Times.

Too Much Screen Time With Distance Learning?

With distance learning well underway and an unusually excessive amount of time spent at home for many, some students have found themselves on technology for hours on end. Although CUSD bell schedules have provided learners with screen breaks from Zoom meetings, a substantial number of teens choose to spend their free time outside of school […] The post Too Much Screen Time With Distance Learning? appeared first on Coronado Times.

With Schools Starting Online, Vaccinations Head for Recess

By Carmen Heredia Rodriguez, Kaiser Health News Dr. Chris Kjolhede is focused on the children of central New York. As co-director of school-based health centers at Bassett Healthcare Network, the pediatrician oversees about 21 school-based health clinics across the region — a poor, rural area known for manufacturing and crippled by the opioid epidemic. From […] The post With Schools Starting Online, Vaccinations Head for Recess appeared first on Coronado Times.

Exercise and Diet Are More Important Than Ever With Virus at Large

By Bernard J. Wolfson If your life these days is anything like mine, a pre-pandemic routine that included regular exercise and disciplined eating has probably given way to sedentary evenings on a big chair, binge-watching reruns of your favorite TV series while guzzling chocolate ice cream or mac ’n’ cheese. But let’s not beat ourselves […] The post Exercise and Diet Are More Important Than Ever With Virus at Large appeared first on Coronado Times.

CUSD Board Candidate Mike Canada is Ready to Tackle Issues with Diverse Experience

With dedication and diverse experience, Mike Canada would like to get to work on the CUSD Governing Board. He has lived in Coronado for 25 years, arriving here while serving in the Navy. He quickly embraced this small community, where he discovered that everyone looks out for each other, reminiscent of his hometown of Grand […] The post CUSD Board Candidate Mike Canada is Ready to Tackle Issues with Diverse Experience appeared first on Coronado Times.

County Case Rate Increasing; Could Move to More Restrictive Tier

The case rate for the region increased in the past week, placing the County at risk of dropping to Tier 1, the highest-risk level. The region’s case rate rose to 6.9 cases per 100,000 residents after entering the state’s new monitoring system with a 5.8 case rate and being placed in Tier 2, also known […] The post County Case Rate Increasing; Could Move to More Restrictive Tier appeared first on Coronado Times.

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