What students need right now is far less the “structure” that Ms. Gross believes teachers provide, and far more the understanding, pedagogical expertise, and love that we career professional educators put far above sitting student posteriors in specific chairs.
The addition of a second W&OD trail is sorely needed. Even before the Covid-19 shutdowns and resulting increase in trail traffic, the trail was busy.
“We have wonderful teachers in Falls Church, as demonstrated by their response to the request for high-quality, 20-day lesson plans. Whenever time with those teachers is reduced, it is a loss for the students.”
With the uncertainty of Covid-19 and the lead time necessary, now would seem to be the time to proactively return the start of school to after Labor Day.
I’ve seen coworkers and neighbors really looking out for each other. Let’s do the same on our roads and trails.
Because of its prime location, the project will serve as the city’s de facto architectural centerpiece for generations to come.
In addition to slashing funding for public health programs, the administration has sought to handicap our health care system which is as critical to mitigating the onset of public health emergencies.
I have great sympathy for the merchants who will be affected by the impending construction at Broad and Washington Streets. But have I missed similar coverage of the effects of this project on residents who live on East Broad Street and Hillwood Avenue?
We need much better communication from the city administration about this matter, including how commuters who typically park in those lots will be informed about parking restrictions and the need to be cautious as they search for parking opportunities.
The mulch processing is paid for using our tax dollars, but the return of the mulch product back to our yards has diminished. The new process is completely inadequate and severely limits the ability of the public to access this precious resource.