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This San Bernardino middle schooler helped to launch clubs at her school – San Bernardino Sun
After nearly three hours discussing options, the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday afternoon, June 30, agreed to watch their numbers for a couple more days before acting on a state recommendation that these businesses close to slow recent increases in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations. County officials also anticipate more guidance from Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday, July 1. Supervisors also directed county staff to create a program to help cities educate higher-risk businesses on the need for safety precautions and ways to enforce those guidelines. The state recommended counties on the list for a shorter period of time, including San Bernardino and Riverside counties, close bars and similar businesses unless they offer sit-down, dine-in, meals. Alcohol can be sold with a meal. As of Monday, that was
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In addition to making sure that all distance learning assignments are completed in a timely manner, she is often reminded of the school activities she organized before the coronavirus pandemic took place last school year and led to the stay-at-home order. Trinity always wanted to be part of any after-school activities, like gymnastics or soccer and many more, so she started clubs at her school. She asked her physical education teacher how she could start clubs and he told her to speak with the librarian. Trinity wanted to start seven clubs but later decided it should be narrowed down to four.
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