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“This week we are studying transportation, and ‘adventure’ is our word of the week,” Shawn Reeves said as campus principal Sheila Ensey held up the printed word while parent coordinator Kim Miller recorded the scene with several airplanes as a backdrop.
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President Donald Trump has recommended the voluntary use of a non-medical grade facial covering, which the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has said may cut the spread of Covid-19 by as much as 50%. Paris Mayor Steve Clifford also issued a supplemental public health emergency order strongly encouraging residents to use facial coverings when visiting stores or pumping gas. Does the use of facial coverings ease your worry about spreading Covid-19?