While COVID-19 continues to spread around the globe, the earth itself is having positive benefits from the time citizens are spending indoors, April, 23.
Originally created for the 2019 Fresno Christian Auction, March 9, “Fresno Christian: Going Places,” by senior video journalist Wesley Hinton, earns a Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA) Gold Circle Award, April 14.
Since its inception in 1970, Earth Day marks its 50th anniversary this year, April 22, 2020. Earth Day Network is led by board members across Finland and the United States. However, due to the outbreak of COVID-19 around the globe, instead of the regular community events, organizers and the network announced to conduct the first Digital Earth Day in order to protect the health and safety of volunteers and participants.
As a result of the current situation with Covid 19, 46 states have closed over 91,000 schools (public and private) and have transitioned to alternative distance learning, April 16.
As high school students began to prepare for their future, the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) plays a vital role in determining admission and readiness for college, April 17.
The results are in…The Feather Online is a recipient of a 2020 Online Pacemaker from the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA), April 17! Out of the 28 finalists recognized across the country, The Feather is one out of 16 schools, only two in California, to receive this award. This is the seventh Online Pacemaker for The Feather since its first in 2005/2006. Due to COVID-19 and the cancellation of the spring awards conference in Nashville, TN, the ceremony was streamed online from Minneapolis, MN.
After a three week period of shelter-in-place online education, the 220 students and teachers on the FC campus enter a week-long spring break. All online classes, assignments and Feather operations will be inactive, April 6-12.
Due to health and safety reasons, the annual Fresno Christian auction was canceled, March 14. For 37 years the FC live auction has never been canceled, and this will be the first year it has even been offered online, beginning April 1.
Many churches around the world are adapting to social distancing by offering online services, due to many cancelling their in-person services, March 26.