In reopening schools, state next must address educational recovery plans | Lawrenceville Daily Record
SearchHelpSubscribe / renew
Login

In reopening schools, state next must address educational recovery plans

For months, we have witnessed in awe the resilience displayed by our students, families, and school staff as they navigate the COVID-19 crisis that has shuttered our campuses. Although many school buildings remain closed through the summer, educators and parents around the state are working diligently to ensure that learning continues.

Posted on July 21, 2020

Opinion

However, we know this past semester did and will have an impact on our students. Many children were without access to the tools they needed to learn effectively during remote learning. This was …

Want to read the rest?

Subscribe to Lawrenceville Daily Record today.

This content is available in full to subscribers. Click the link below to get unlimited access to our content.

Already have a subscription? Click here!Subscribe

Login

We'll never share your email.

Related content

It’s a grand old flag; celebrate it and do your homework for Flag Day

In America, we celebrate Flag Day on June 14. Although the date holds great significance, it is not ...

1921: Lawrenceville council approves new fire truck Remember When is gathered from past pages of the Daily Record and other Lawrence County newspapers.

100 years ago june 23, 1921 The city council of Lawrenceville held a special session Saturday night ...

Congress needs to unclog the drain

This is technical, but don’t let that discourage you. They are considering doing away with the filib...


e-edition

Top News

LHS girls basketball team to hold car wash fundraiser

June 16, 2021

LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrenceville High School girls basketball team will hold a car wash fundraiser on Saturday, June 26 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Ultimate Auto Wash on James Street in Lawrenceville.

IECC trustees tour the new LTC theater addition during their meeting at the college Tuesday. Contributed photo

Students satisfied with IECC

By Randy Harrison
| June 16, 2021

Illlinois Eastern Community College students continue to be satisfied with services provided by the ...

The Lawrenceville Elks Lodge #1208 honored Flag Day on June 14 with an evening ceremony on the porch of the lodge which included the Pledge of Allegiance along with a brief history of our flag and what it stands for. Above, Elks member Aaron Tipsword is shown sharing some of that history with those in attendance. Flag Day is celebrated annually on June 14 and commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States in 1777.

Elks Lodge #1208 honors Flag Day

June 15, 2021

The Lawrenceville Elks Lodge #1208 honored Flag Day on June 14 with an evening ceremony on the porch of the lodge which included the Pledge of Allegiance along with a brief history of our flag and what it stands for.