Condon says she hopes her show highlights the hope people have for the future — hope for a future away from the pandemic but of also political divisiveness.
Childes teaches fourth grade in the virtual program.
Prisma will expand patient visitation starting Wednesday, March 24.
Teachers will assign work for the day they are off to get their second doses.
Buses will be available to pick up students in the virtual program as long as the parent or guardian has completed the bus transportation survey in their Parent Backpack.
As of March 22, the association already raised $2.5 million.
The Oconee Bell is found in only some parts of the southern Appalachians.
Experts believe many of the unmarked graves belong to enslaved people who worked the plantation and were later laborers and possibly even convicted laborers that helped build the original university.
On most of testing days, students in brick-and-mortar schools will switch to e-learning.
Almost 62% of teens spend over four hours a day on screen media and 29% use screens more than eight hours a day, reported the nonprofit organization Common Sense Media.
The pivot to going online has been a necessity for artists like Traci Wright Martin since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cauthen is an Irvin and Jorene Cauthen Donor Advised Fund representative and the grandson of the namesakes for the fund.
"We have a lot of people that want to go back to normal," GCS board member Angie Mosley said.
Prisma received 600 doses of the latest vaccine and expects another 600 soon.
“Modern-day society has never encountered anything quite like this, from the standpoint of how connected we are," says Dr. Wendell James, Prisma Health’s chief clinical officer.