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Grant to Expand Reproductive Health Programming in CCS

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Grant to Expand Reproductive Health Programming in CCS

Nationwide Children’s Hospital was recently awarded a $2.5 million grant to support and expand its school-based teen healthcare services within Columbus City Schools. With partners including CCS, The Ohio State University, the City of Columbus and CelebrateOne, Nationwide Children’s will lead the initiative. 7,000 seventh and eighth-grade students in Franklin County are expected to be […]

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Coronavirus Update: Governor Says Fall Sports Can Go On & More

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Coronavirus Update: Governor Says Fall Sports Can Go On & More

The Numbers COVID-19 cases — As of Tuesday, Aug. 18, 15,415 cases and 431 deaths from COVID-19 have been reported or are probable in Columbus and Worthington. Countywide, 20,855 cases and 574 deaths from COVID-19 have been reported by Columbus Public Health and Franklin County Public Health. Statewide, 109,923 cases and 3,871 deaths have been confirmed […]

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Educators Begging for Financial Resources as COVID-19 Cases in Children Rise

Ohio Capital Journal Ohio Capital Journal Educators Begging for Financial Resources as COVID-19 Cases in Children Rise

By Susan Tebben As data shows rising numbers of children contracting COVID-19, school districts are still begging for funding to keep students and staff safe. One of the state’s teacher’s unions said school districts can’t be expected to live up to the standard needed to prevent COVID-19 spread in schools if they don’t have the proper […]

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School Nurses on Reopening Plans, Lack of Staffing, Virtual Health Care & More

Ohio Capital Journal Ohio Capital Journal School Nurses on Reopening Plans, Lack of Staffing, Virtual Health Care & More

By Susan Tebben In her nearly 40 years as a school nurse, Patricia Gunter has had to prepare for diseases like swine flu, H1N1, West Nile Virus, SARS, and even HIV, all while dealing with the usual school illness like head lice and chicken pox.  “We’ve put a plan in place every time we’ve had something […]

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Coronavirus Update: K-12 Mask Order, Dr. Acton Moves On & More

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Coronavirus Update: K-12 Mask Order, Dr. Acton Moves On & More

Update 7/5/2020: This article has been updated to include information regarding a lawsuit brought against Governor Mike DeWine and state liquor control. The Numbers COVID-19 cases — As of Tuesday, Aug. 4, 13,625 cases and 399 deaths from COVID-19 have been reported or are probable in Columbus and Worthington. Countywide, 18,293 cases and 534 deaths from […]

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Columbus Foundation Announces Fund to Address Broadband Access

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Columbus Foundation Announces Fund to Address Broadband Access

Between more time spent at home and school, and work and methods of entertainment increasingly taking place online, the coronavirus pandemic has seen a renewed interest in the state of internet access in both urban and rural communities. With several Central Ohio school districts unveiling plans for fully remote or hybrid education models in the fall, […]

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Coronavirus Update: Judge Rules in Favor of Bars, OSU Football Announces Plans & More

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Coronavirus Update: Judge Rules in Favor of Bars, OSU Football Announces Plans & More

The Numbers COVID-19 cases — As of Tuesday, July 28, 12,636 cases and 389 deaths from COVID-19 have been reported or are probable in Columbus and Worthington. Countywide, 16,840 cases and 514 deaths from COVID-19 have been reported by Columbus Public Health and Franklin County Public Health. Statewide, 86,497 cases and 3,382 deaths have been confirmed […]

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The Columbus Coffee Festival Returns with a “Curated Take Home Box Experience”

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