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Dec 02, 2020

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“Our team of educators strive to do their best to engage with students through virtual adventures to our parks and open spaces,” said Marianne Butler, of the conservation district, in a press release. “They teach with their full heart and work to connect with students on a level they have never had to before.” Butler is the environmental education director for the conservation district. To help keep the virtual experience engaging, program educators implement chat boxes, games, polls, mindfulness activities and movement to help students process what they are learning and interact at levels in which they are most comfortable. On the field trip, students also get to step away from the computer and explore their own surroundings, nature journal, and write poetry. Back on screen, they may find themselves getting excited over a glimpse of a curious river otter poking its head out of the water or a great egret taking flight as a train passes by. For more than a decade, the Solano Resource Conservation District has provided thousands of Solano County K-12 students a variety of in-person water education programs featuring hands-on lessons, field trips and preparatory activities. Things changed in March 2020 when the Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent shelter-at-home orders went into effect. The agency began looking for ways to adapt its education programs for the 2020-2021 school year by surveying teachers, collaborating with school district administrators and participating in virtual teaching workshops. “Our programs have adapted drastically in response to Covid-19 and this year has been in flux with program changes occurring each week,” Butler said in the press release. “However, our core messages have not changed.

https://www.dailyrepublic.com/all-dr-news/solano-news/vacaville/solano-resource-conservation-district-focuses-on-virtual-education/

New Orleans has struggled against tight ends all year long, and have allowed six touchdowns all year. Fant should be involved quite a bit this week. I just can’t see a reason to not take the Chiefs spread here at -3, and at -122 odds. The Chiefs are 16-4 in their last 20 games against the spread. The difference here continues to be the Chiefs have the best quarterback in the game and that defense can put some pressure on Tom Brady, which has caused him issues all year. You can’t run Tampa but you can certainly throw on them. I like Travis Kelce to go off in this one and that means the over of 77.5 yards. Kelce ranks 4th in the league in yards per game at (89.6). He also has nine targets per game on the season. This comes in at -110. Kelce is also +800 to be the first touchdown scorer of the game.

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