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Updated: Dec 4, 2021

MCOE: Covid-19 protocols effective in schools; applications now open for many jobs As of October 11, there were almost 200 education-related vacancies in Mendocino County. “If you’re looking for work, whether you have a high school diploma, a college degree, or a teaching credential, there are jobs available.” October 17, 2021 | https://mendovoice.com/2021/10/mcoe-covid-19-protocols-effective-in-schools-applications-now-open-for-many-jobs/




Letter from the superintendent: speaking with students about the pandemic Superintendent Michelle Hutchins shares her conversations with students about COVID-19 and the upcoming school year.


Listen to Sen. McGuire’s Mendocino & Lake town hall (video) Officials from both counties plus a UCLA physicians took questions about the pandemic. May 7, 2020 | https://mendovoice.com/2020/05/listen-to-sen-mcguires-mendocino-lake-town-hall-video/


Mendocino Co. schools closed through end of school year; “distance learning” emphasized The pandemic will force the closure of the physical schools through the end of the school-year but districts are coming up with ways to improve “distance learning.” April 2, 2020 | https://mendovoice.com/2020/04/mendocino-schools-closed-through-end-of-school-year-distance-learning-emphasized/









Outages hit Potter Valley –PG&E says 6476 customers in Mendocino Co. will lose power — and we have a list of which schools will close — red flag warning declared across NorCal (updated 8:47 p.m.) Says County: “Please note that although the incorporated City of Ukiah, and the areas in and around Willits and Fort Bragg are not expected to be de-energized at this time, residents are still strongly encouraged to continue to prepare for an outage.” October 8, 2019 | https://mendovoice.com/2019/10/as-vast-power-outages-loom-tonight-uncertainty-remains/

County Superintendent Hutchins on preparing students for active shooters (opinion) The Office of Education has implemented a new student safety program, HERO, which stands for “hide, escape, run, overcome.” September 16, 2019 | https://mendovoice.com/2019/09/county-superintendent-michelle-hutchins-on-preparing-students-for-active-shooters-opinion/



County superintendent: Immunizations — Friend or foe? (opinion) The county’s superintendent of schools discusses vaccinations in light of the recent outbreaks around the state. April 11, 2019 | https://mendovoice.com/2019/04/county-superintendent-immunizations-friend-or-foe-opinion/

County superintendent: Local schools are hiring bus drivers The county’s Office of Education is hiring for bus drivers and other positions. January 7, 2019 | https://mendovoice.com/2019/01/county-superintendent-local-schools-are-hiring-bus-drivers/

New supervisors will be sworn in Jan. 8 The supervisors, and several other politicians, including Sheriff Tom Allman, and new Assessor Clerk recorder Katrina Bartolomie will be sworn in. January 4, 2019 | https://mendovoice.com/2019/01/new-supervisors-will-be-sworn-in-jan-8/

The district asks us all to take extra cautions around students and school buses.


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