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Zoom Call with Superintendent

By Kara Jovag | August 13, 2020

Who could have predicted that a global pandemic would mean a complete overhaul of how students are educated? To this end, who thought twice…

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Re-Opening Guidelines – Updated Aug 11

By Kara Jovag | August 11, 2020

We continue to update this page as information comes into the Governor’s Reopening Guidance Page. The most recent updates are in bold text. Original…

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Business Liability Protection

By Kara Jovag | August 11, 2020

You’ve installed acrylic shields at the cash registers and given all staff a week’s worth of washable masks. Every staff member will take their…

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Long Term Care Facilities

By Kara Jovag | August 8, 2020

Anyone who has a loved one in long term care knows the challenges of not spending time with that person. While it may be…

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Inslee’s School Recommendations

By Kara Jovag | August 6, 2020

While educators and students are wondering what school will look like this year, the entire community wonders as well. What will happen with the…

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Port of Tacoma Strategic Plan

By Kara Jovag | August 4, 2020

When you think of our Port, do you just think of the cargo that moves in and out of Tacoma, gigantic cranes, and the…

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FME Community Schools Will Be Remote this Fall

By Kara Jovag | July 31, 2020

No one seems particularly excited about the idea of remote, virtual learning for students this fall. But the rise in Covid cases has resulted…

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Learning to “Google My Business”

By Kara Jovag | July 29, 2020

In today’s world, many businesses are really starting to recognize the importance of their digital presence. Customers are either unwilling or unable to come…

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MVCC Still Giving Out School Backpacks

By Kara Jovag | July 29, 2020

Mountain View Community Center is an organization that consistently strives to support our FME community. One way that they support students is through an…

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Indefinite Extension of Pause on Counties Moving Ahead in the Safe Start Washington Plan.

By Kara Jovag | July 28, 2020

The original Safe Start Plan indicated that a county would stay in every phase for a minimum of three weeks. However Governor Inslee implemented…

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Face Covering Requirements

By Kara Jovag | July 24, 2020

July 23 brought an onslaught of bad news to the business and educational community. Governor Inslee announced roll-backs in business practices based on the…

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Remote Learning Recommended for Pierce County Schools Fall 2020

By Kara Jovag | July 23, 2020

Anthony L-T Chen, Director of Health at Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department and chief health strategist for Pierce County has recommended remote learning for schools…

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