Schools follow to the letter keeping kids 6 feet apart in classrooms, but that could change

With about one-third of Palm Beach County public school students reporting to campuses regularly, only three classrooms districtwide are currently out of whack when it comes to seating all students at least 6 feet apart — down from a couple dozen classrooms when schools first opened.

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Palm Beach County teachers union calls for removal of schools superintendent

South Florida Sun Sentinel | Wells Dusenbury | September 16, 2020 The Palm Beach County teachers union is calling for the removal of Superintendent Donald Fennoy as the district rushes to reopen schools next week. The union has “lost all faith and now have zero confidence that a righting of this rudderless ship is possible […]

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Palm Beach County CTA President, Justin Katz

Teachers union head: Remove HR chief for ‘shameful’ job performance

The president of the county’s teachers union has fired off a demand that the school district’s Human Resources chief be removed from his job for what the union leader described as a “shameful and intentional refusal” to set up a process for employees with health concerns to seek permission to work remotely when campuses reopen.

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