Fez- Morocco‘s infrastructure is specifically designed to serve its citizens only in mild weather conditions. This became clear during a rainstorm that engulfed several different regions in the country.Take, for example, the situation in southern Morocco. It only took three days of heavy rain to reveal the fragile state of the region’s infrastructure, to which great sums of state money have been allocated.A new bridge has fallen and a dozen roads have been blocked. Thank God that we are rarely faced with natural disasters, otherwise we would suffer greatly. The recent floods worsen the condition of the citizens of rural Morocco. Even now, many tribes are still isolated and lack basic life necessities. Their survival depends on supplies delivered to them by helicopters.We do not reject God’s destiny, but rather blame state policies that have left these places fragile and vulnerable.The rain found weak resistance in Morocco’s infrastructure. A new bridge partially collapsed in Taliouine, a town about two hundred kilometers from Agadir. The huge bridge, which was inaugurated only four months ago, failed its first test, killing twenty-four people. What is worse is that Morocco has about three hundred bridges that could potentially fall. In response to this catastrophe, Minister of Transportation and Equipment Aziz Rabbah said in an interview with Kiffach that the Ministry and the government are not able to fix all these problems in a short period of time.National TV reports showed living people being swept away by the heavy rain, an agonizing and poignant sight for Moroccans. Something could have been done to help the victims if we had had adequate equipment and a solid infrastructure.In other videos, some citizens had the audacity to expose themselves to tremendous danger by driving through roads that the rain had turned into rivers. They escaped death when it seemed unavoidable. The images evoke the urgent need to re-integrate isolated areas in rural Morocco so they might benefit from the privileges that urban areas monopolize.As a citizen of Fez, I can’t imagine what would happen to my city if rain struck the old medina. The rain in the southeast reached up to 200 milliliters per second, destroying nearly 250 houses, and that number is still rising. Under such circumstances, the old medina of Fez would be buried.I am not scared of death as much as I am in pain about my beloved country. While many nations that have just yesterday gained independence enjoy great infrastructures, we are still lagging behind.The crux of our problem is that we wait until disasters happen, and then we start throwing each other under the bus, even though the people in charge are experienced enough to foresee potential dangers.However, it is useless to “cry over spilt milk.” Let’s not worry about past mistakes and exchange allegations. Let’s hit the ground running. Starting from ground zero, let’s work diligently to promote our society and make sacrifices for the welfare of our children. Let’s do it.Edited by Timothy Filla© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed.
950%21.00 Total164.22 113610.41 SEEDEXPECTED UPSET RATEGAMESEXPECTED UPSETSACTUAL UPSETS OPENING DAY 2017 103910.40 The first day of March Madness was anything but mad. Better-seeded teams went 14-2 on the day, and even the “surprises” were relatively easy to see coming: The higher-seeded teams’ two losses came at the hands of Middle Tennessee State (the South’s No. 12 seed) and Xavier (No. 11 in the West), both of which were among the most popular upset picks of the first round. (Our March Madness predictions had each game as a toss-up.) All told, the NCAA hadn’t seen a chalkier opening day since 2000, when the superior seeds went 15-1 after the tournament launched.VIDEO: A No. 16 seed will win, but don’t bet on it 141610.20 15610.10 16020.00 132040.80 Expected upset rates are based on winning percentage in all first-round games for each seed from 1985-2016.Source: Sports-Reference.com 123641.41 March Madness tipped off with a dose of sanity That kind of normalcy is not why we tune in to the tournament! Annoyed that I watched 12 consecutive hours of basketball with so little chaos to show for it, I started to wonder whether we have overblown expectations of unpredictability in March Madness. Are most days actually like Thursday, but we only remember the last-second shots and the scrappy Cinderellas?No — Thursday really was different. This year featured 2.2 fewer upsets than expected, which makes it second only to 2000 in terms of uneventful opening days during the tournament’s 64-team era. To get those numbers, I looked at the historical upset rates for each seed,1Starting in 1985, when the NCAA tournament expanded to a 64-team bracket, and going through 2016. taking into account which games were played on Thursday.But despite their disappointing record, underdogs kept the score relatively close in 2017’s opening-day games. In terms of average scoring margin, this year tied for the ninth-most-respectable showing by worse-seeded teams on an opening day of the tournament — on par with days where fans saw six or seven upsets.In other words, a lucky bounce here or there could have made all the difference for Thursday’s long shots. Maybe that means good, old-fashioned madness will be restored to its rightful place on Day 2 of the tourney. Then again, analyzing other second-day games using the same method as above suggests that Friday should be less upset-y (3.9 expected upsets) than Thursday was supposed to be. Somebody free us from this prison of predictability!
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedChronicle Newspaper reduced to a “political rag”; New State Media Boards appointedSeptember 15, 2015In “Politics”PPP says media State Boards “dominated by political hacks”September 16, 2015In “Politics”Some NCN workers to be fired; PM defends appointment of AFC Member to head GINAAugust 25, 2015In “Politics” Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo presented the Instruments of Appointment to some of the new members of the Boards of Directors of the state agencies; the Guyana National Newspapers Limited (GNNL) and the National Communications Network (NCN), today.Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo and Minister of State Joseph Harmon with the some of the new members of the Boards of Directors of the Guyana National Newspapers Limited (GNNL) and the National Communications Network (NCN)The brief ceremony took place at the Official Residence of the Prime Minister. Minister of State Joseph Harmon was also present at the ceremony.According to GINA, the Prime Minister highlighted how the government is seeking to create an environment of transparency and accountability through the provision of information.“The incorporation of the new board members is taking place at a very auspicious time, when we are now repositioning our public communication platform to serve the people of Guyana, to be able to take information, as well as government policies, activities to the people who pay government to do these activities, and to enunciate these policies in their interest,” the Prime Minister explained.He added that this new thrust of keeping the public informed started in May 2015, and is one that seeks to ensure that, “the public is serviced by their servants and agencies that they put in place to do the technical and professional work.”Within this framework, the Administration has started an outreach via radio to Mabaruma, Lethem and Bartica, “so that no section of our population can feel left out from the flow of information,” the Prime Minister said.The government is also facilitating training programmes to incorporate indigenous people in the hinterland into the world of broadcasting, in addition to broadening the scope and content of the Learning Channel to reach more of the public, the Prime Minister explained. The Learning Channel is the only medium in the country which allows for satellite connection to 16 locations across the country. According to GINA, he told the directors that the government expects that they give guidance and oversight to the state’s primary broadcast and print media entities. He also urged that they do so, with transparency whilst maintaining their integrity.“We are not here in the government to tell you what to do. I believe that our work speak for itself, and we believe in transparency, and we believe that the board should have integrity, and we believe that you should be open to the Guyanese people, so they can see what it is you are doing,” the minister added.The Minister of State also reminded the new appointees that the position is not about financial reward, but of providing a selfless service to the nation.Receiving their instruments for the GNNL Board were Chairman, Geeta Chandan-Edmond and other members Aaron Fraser, Karen Davis, Ruel Johnson, Sherod Duncan, and Hilbert Foster and from NCN, Chairman Enrico Woolford, Kamal Persaud and Dane Gobin.The remaining members of the boards were absent due to their being overseas on training and other work. They will receive their instruments at a later date.
Sorry, Apple, you’re going to have to change the landing page for the MacBook Pro. Truth is, it’s no longer the highest-resolution laptop in the world. That distinction now belongs to the Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro.The 2012 MacBook Pro refresh got Retina junkies drooling with its 13.3-inch display that packed more than 4 million pixels (at a resolution of 2560 x 1600). That works out to a pixel density of 227ppi, a very good number for something that’s substantially larger than a smartphone — and at least 30% bigger than most tablets.Lenovo’s latest flexible hybrid, however, stomps the MacBook Pro. The Yoga 2 Pro, too, has a 13-inch display, but it crams in a whopping 5.76 million pixels. That’s a jump of more than 40%, and a pixel density of 282ppi.If Apple isn’t going to change its claim that the MacBook Pro is the world’s highest resolution laptop, there should at least be an asterisk added… or maybe they could insert “OS X” before laptop to restore the balance of truth.It’s also a very bright display. The Yoga 2 Pro’s screen is rated at 350 nits, about 17% more than competing Ultrabooks. That figure falls slightly short of the MacBook Pro, so maybe Apple will choose to go with “world’s brightest” instead.The Yoga was already one of the best-reviewed Windows Ultrabooks around, and its new screen is already giving tech pundits cause to rave about the new version. There’s more to like than just the insanely crisp display, too.The Yoga 2 Pro is thinner and lighter than its predecessor, which was already pretty slender. It’s also got a Haswell chip and a battery that will provide 6 hours of use — not bad considering how much juice that display must draw.Powered by
A COUNTY KILDARE man who was involved in setting fire to a car outside the home of a woman has been sentenced to eight months in prison.Patrick Coady (27), Patrician Avenue, Naas, was convicted on a charge of arson at Sunday’s Well, Blessington Rd, Naas, on 7 March 2015.The young mother appeared at Naas District Court, recalling through tears, how she was in her sitting-room and tending to her newborn son when the incident occurred.The court heard how she had given a bath to her six-week-old son and had placed him into a bouncer at her home.“I heard a bang in front of my house, my car was in flames. I remember shouting to my mother and I said, ‘My car is on fire’,” she said during her evidence.She told the court that the defendant had previously had a “falling out” with her boyfriend.She said there were a number of people fleeing from the scene and that she recognised Coady.She said she ran outside and recognised a hat with a red bobble that she says she saw Coady wear before. She alleged that she called his name and that he turned, looking at her “directly”, and then proceeded to smash the windows of the car with a hammer while it was alight.She returned to the house and her mother called emergency services.The Kildare woman told the court how she had known the accused “to see” for about 12 years.Defence solicitor Tony Hanohoe argued that with dim street-lighting, and not knowing Coady very well, that the witness did not actually see him.She replied: “I have known him for 12 years.”Damage doneEvidence was heard how there were baby presents in the boot of the car when it was set on fire. The young mother had taken out a credit union loan to purchase the 2007 vehicle, a short time before the incident, the judge also heard.In court, Garda Ned Malone outlined how Nass Garda Station received a call between 9.30pm and 9.35pm.He confirmed he went to the scene of the alleged arson at 9.45pm and that the injured party’s car had been burned out.In court on Wednesday, Coady denied setting the car alight or smashing its windows. He claimed that he was in the Town House Hotel at the time of the incident.The man who he said he met at the TownHouse appeared in court stating that they were there while the incident in Sunday’s Well took place.During this time, it is understood that his friend played a game of darts at his own house.Supt Martin Walker argued that the injured party’s evidence was very clear, while there were time gaps on the accused’s part.The court heard how the accused has 23 previous convictions. He is currently appealing a recent 12-month jail term handed down for a Section 3 Assault.He also has previous convictions for blackmail and possession of drugs for sale and supply, the court heard.Mr Hanahoe outlined how Coady is in a relationship and has three children. He is currently employed.Judge David Waters imposed an eight-month sentence.More: Boy accused of sexually assaulting seven-year-old girl when he was 14Read: 16-year-old whose ‘life is in danger’ over suspected drug debt to be placed in secure care http://jrnl.ie/3352434 Share Tweet Email Sunday 23 Apr 2017, 8:00 AM By Louise McCarthy 14 Comments Man jailed for setting fire to young mother’s car, destroying baby presents Patrick Coady was sentenced to eight months in prison. Apr 23rd 2017, 8:00 AM Image: Google Street View Image: Google Street View 21,011 Views Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Robust discussions mounting ahead of Public Meeting on Building Height increase Recommended for you Related Items:gus lightbourne gym, kpmp, national tourism symposium, prc holder, survey, Tourism Environmental Awareness Month, turks and caicos islanders, work permit holder Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 3 Nov 2014 – Tourism Environmental Awareness Month launched this morning at the TCI Tourist Board with the activities for the month revealed… this as the National Tourism Strategy team is ready for a public meeting tonight in Provo at the Gus Lightbourne Gym. KPMG was over the weekend able to share that some 540 residents have taken the survey with the majority of those filling in the 20 questions selecting the ‘other’ category at 34% … followed by Turks and Caicos Islanders with 21% of those participating and work permit holders right behind at 20%. Of the 540 participants, 11% are PRC holders, 9% are naturalized citizens and 5% of those taking the survey checked off that they are resident in the islands without the right to work. You can still fill in the questionnaire online, go to MagneticMediaTV.com… still we are all encouraged to turn up tonight for the meeting at 6 at the Gus Lightbourne Gym. Tomorrow the country’s National Tourism Symposium opens at Beaches Resort Villages and Spa. Town Hall Meeting for Building Heights at gym later today Science Fair open to public viewing by noon
WILMINGTON, MA — The American Red Cross is conducting the following upcoming blood drives in Wilmington:Thursday, February 21, 2pm-7pm: Wilmington Congregational Church (220 Middlesex Avenue)Interested donors can call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) to book an appointment, but walk-ins ARE welcome.Here are some important facts about blood and the blood donation process, from the Red Cross’s website:Every two seconds, someone in the U.S. needs blood.More than 41,000 blood donations are needed every day.More than 1.6 million people were diagnosed with cancer last year. Many of them will need blood, sometimes daily, during their chemotherapy treatment.Although an estimated 38% of the U.S. population is eligible to donate, less than 10% actually do each year.Donating blood is a safe process. A sterile needle is used only once for each donor and then discarded.Blood donation is a simple four-step process: registration, medical history and mini-physical, donation and refreshments.Every blood donor is given a mini-physical, checking the donor’s temperature, blood pressure, pulse and hemoglobin to ensure that it is safe for the donor to give blood.The actual blood donation typically takes less than 10-12 minutes. The entire process, from the time you arrive to the time you leave, takes about an hour and 15 minutes.First time donor? Haven’t given blood in awhile? Read this checklist so you know what to expect.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedRed Cross Announces Upcoming Blood Drives In WilmingtonIn “Community”Red Cross Announces Upcoming Blood Drives In WilmingtonIn “Community”Red Cross Announces Upcoming Blood Drives In WilmingtonIn “Community”
Preview • iPhone XS is the new $1,000 iPhone X $999 8:04 The Apple Core The London-born designer is the creative visionary behind Apple’s most iconic products: the original iMac, the iPod, pretty much every iteration of the iPhone, the MacBook and the Apple Watch. And his talent stretched beyond just the products. He’s had a hand in designing the iOS interface and Apple Park, Apple’s new spaceship-like headquarters in Cupertino. His other big contribution to the company: his distinctive British accent, with which he narrated a lot of Apple’s marketing and promotional videos. “I am most proud of the lasting work we have done to create a design team, process and culture at Apple that is without peer. Today it is stronger, more vibrant and more talented than at any point in Apple’s history,” Ive said in a statement. What happens next? Apple hasn’t announced an official successor for Ive, but in the meantime the design team will be led by Evans Hankey, vice president of industrial design, and Alan Dye, vice president of human interface design, both of whom will report to Apple COO Jeff Williams. Ive will remain at Apple until later this year and will officially launch his own design studio in 2020. Apple releases public beta of iOS, iPadOs and MacOs The other big Apple news this week was the release of the public beta for iOS, MacOS and iPadOS. Apple jumped the gun this time around, launching them a few weeks earlier than in previous years. After hearing about them at the WWDC keynote and with two developer’s betas in the bag, we already knew what to expect from these updates, but they are finally available for anyone to try out (via Apple’s public beta program). Users who download the public beta of iOS 13 can start testing out dark mode, video editing in the photo apps and the new Look Around feature in the maps app. iPadOS brings better multitasking to the iPad and the ability to transfer files directly from a USB stick (with a dongle, obviously) or directly from a USB-C drive if you have the latest iPad. And MacOS Catalina can transform your iPad into an external monitor with the Sidecar feature and brings more native iOS apps to the Mac. That said, you should download at your own risk, because there’s still a chance it could go wrong (it is a beta, after all). Apple recommends backing up all your content and installing the public betas on a secondary device. Now playing: Watch this: See It $999 iOS 13 beta’s best tricks to try Tags This week we take a look at how Apple could incorporate a camera in the band of the Apple Watch, and all the new features rumored to be coming to the Series 5 in September. Also, the first public beta of iOS 13, MacOS and iPadOS are out in the wild. And Apple dropped the bombshell that Jony Ive, the company’s design chief since the all-in-one iMac design over 20 years ago will be leaving the company. Get all the details below on the latest Apple news in this week’s Apple Core roundup. Read more: The Apple Watch Series 5 health-boosting features we’re hoping for A camera on the Apple Watch?The Apple Watch could be adding another key iPhone feature to its growing bag of tricks. A new patent published in by the US Patent and Trademark Office shows Apple’s designs of an Apple Watch with a built-in camera on the watch band. Apple patent for an Apple Watch with a camera on the band. Apple / USPTO This is not the first we’ve heard about a camera on the Apple Watch, but it is the first patent of its kind. Previous rumors suggested we might see a camera either on or near the watch screen for FaceTime or FaceID. According to the patent, though, this one would be a proper point-and-shoot with a dual sensor (one each on the back and front of the band) that would give you a 360-degree field of view. The band itself would be made of malleable metal and could hold its position so you wouldn’t have to contort your wrist to get a shot. To capture the shot, you would press a button on the band, pinch or dictate a command. The patent proves that Apple is definitely considering this feature for the watch, but it doesn’t guarantee that it will be implemented anytime soon — or at all. If Apple does move forward with this concept, it would still take a few years for it to materialize and would definitely not be ready for a September 2019 launch. Apple Watch Series 5: What to expect It’s not a given that Apple will launch the Apple Watch Series 5 in 2019, but considering it’s launched a new Apple Watch every year in September (alongside new iPhones) for the past four years in a row, I would say there’s a pretty good chance. Compared to the number of leaks and rumors we’ve seen about the next iPhone 11, we know very little about Apple’s plans for the Series 5, but there are at least some indications. For starters, we know Apple Watch Series 5 will continue to be more independent from the iPhone. WatchOS 6 will bring a standalone app store to the Apple Watch, along with over-the-air updates that you can download directly to the watch. More recently we learned that WatchOS 6 will give you access to workout summaries on the Apple Watch, even after you’ve dismissed them (before you had to look for them in the Activities app on the iPhone). The other thing we know (almost for certain) is that Apple will continue to push the boundaries on health features in the next Apple Watch. WatchOS 5.2 introduced the Cycle app to track women’s menstrual cycles and the Noise app to monitor the noise levels you’re exposed to during the day, but the Series 5 could push it even further. James Martin/CNET There are a few rumors suggesting blood pressure and glucose monitoring as potential health features for the next Apple Watch, but these would likely require FDA clearance and some kind of clinical study. At this point last year, Apple had already announced its Heart Health Study which became the precursor to the ECG feature it launched on the Series 4. The other likely alternative would be native sleep tracking. Fitbit, Samsung, Garmin and Polar all have this feature on their wearable devices and are continuing to expand its use cases. Sleep tracking has been available on the Apple Watch only through third-party apps, and the battery life is still a big hurdle. Even the Series 4 barely gives you enough juice to monitor you through the night. The Series 5 could finally deliver on better battery life and sleep tracking. And the wildcard would be a round watch face for the Series 5. Apple has filed patents with this circular design, but hasn’t deviated much from the original design since launch. Perhaps that was Jony Ive’s last big contribution to the Apple Watch design before leaving the company? Apple bids farewell to head designer Jony Ive Jony Ive, Apple’s chief design officer, will leave the company after a nearly 30-year run. Apple announced his departure on its website, stating he will be starting an independent design firm with Apple as one of his first and primary clients. Apple CEO Tim Cook said “Apple will continue to benefit from Jony’s talents by working directly with him on exclusive projects, and through the ongoing work of the brilliant and passionate design team he has built”. But it’s still a big blow to the company. Ive has been instrumental in the success of the company and its products for the past 27 years. $999 Review • iPhone XS review, updated: A few luxury upgrades over the XR Share your voice Apple head of design Jony Ive departs to start his own… Aug 31 • iPhone XR vs. iPhone 8 Plus: Which iPhone should you buy? Comments Boost Mobile See It $999 10:17 Apple iPhone XS • See it Apple Now playing: Watch this: Sprint See All CNET may get a commission from retail offers. 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Individual news stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @aprn.Download AudioInmate Found Dead At Eagle River Women’s JailThe Associated PressA 24-year-old inmate at a women’s prison has been found dead in her cell.The Alaska Bureau of Investigations Major Crimes Unit announced today that the inmate was found dead last Thursday in her cell at Hiland Mountain Correctional Center in Eagle River.Correctional officers found Amanda Kernak unresponsive during a routine security check at 1:35 a.m.Authorities say no foul play is suspected, and the State Medical Examiner’s Office took custody of the body.A Department of Corrections spokeswoman says Alaska State Troopers are investigating Kernak’s death.Legislature Passes Bill Limiting Medicaid Payments For Abortion Alexandra Gutierrez, APRN – JuneauThe Legislature has narrowly passed a bill putting limits on state Medicaid payments for abortion.House Passes Minimum Wage Bill, As Initiative Sponsors Cry Foul Alexandra Gutierrez, APRN – JuneauAs initiative sponsors cried dirty tricks, the House narrowly passed a minimum wage bill that has the potential to knock their proposition off the ballot. The night only got more tense when the Speaker of the House fired back on the floor.NTSB Advances Investigation Into Fatal Training Flight Crash Ben Matheson, KYUK – BethelThe National Transportation Safety Board has finished its on-scene investigation into the crash that killed two Hageland Aviation pilots last week.John Luther Adams Wins Pulitzer For ‘Become Ocean’The Associated PRessFormer Fairbanks resident John Luther Adams has won a Pulitzer Prize for his composition “Become Ocean”Adams’ work has long been inspired by the natural world he’s experienced, and the Pulitzer committee was attracted to the real-world feel of “Become Ocean,” which was informed by the waters off the coast of Alaska and the Pacific Northwest.The committee said the composition is a “haunting orchestral work that suggests a relentless tidal surge, evoking thoughts of melting polar ice and rising sea levels.” The piece was commissioned by the Seattle Symphony, which debuted the work in June.How Many People Have Signed Up Insurance Under Obamacare?Annie Feidt, APRN – AnchorageWant to know how many people have signed up for private insurance under Obamacare? Like the law itself, the answer is exceedingly complicated. The administration is tracking the number of plans purchased on healthcare.gov and on the state exchanges. But the federal government isn’t counting the number of people buying plans directly from insurance carriers.Museum Experts Sift Through The Arctic’s Largest Butterfly CollectionEmily Schwing, KUAC – FairbanksIt will be a few months before butterflies flit through the air in Interior Alaska, but the Museum of the North at the University of Alaska Fairbanks was recently filled with them. The museum is working to catalogue the second-largest collection of Arctic butterflies and moths in the world. It’s the largest private collection of its kind. Eventually most of the specimens will be passed on to the Smithsonian.HB23 Would Allow Public Financing Of KABATAEllen Lockyer, KSKA – AnchorageWith a 16-4 vote on Saturday, the state Senate approved House Bill 23, allowing public financing of the Knik Arm Crossing. The approval moves the $892 million project forward by updating the project’s financial model. The bill allows funding for the bridge to come from three public entities: one third from bonds, one third from National Highway System funds, and the final third from federal loans.YK Delta Residents Speak On Possible King Salmon Fishery ClosureCharles Enoch, KYUK – BethelFacing the possibility of a total closure of the King salmon fishery this summer and new dip-net openings, people from the Yukon Kuskokwim Delta are speaking up on all sides of the issue.Jeff King Wins Kobuk 440Lori Townsend, APRN – AnchorageJeff King is the winner in this year’s Kobuk 440. King crossed the finish line at 12:12 am Sunday morning, followed by Tony Browning and Hugh Neff.
Share Brien Straw | Houston Public MediaRobinson Elementary.Today, Monday, January 8 is a homecoming day for students and teachers at Robinson Elementary in East Houston. The school was flooded during Hurricane Harvey and students were relocated to Holland Middle School and Pleasantville Elementary while renovations and repairs could be made.According to the Houston Independent School District, $6.5 million was spent renovating every porous surface four-feet and below in the school. New vinyl floor tiles, furniture, wood surfaces and classroom supplies were all replaced. According to Robinson principal Paige Fernandez, only the terrazzo floors in the hallways remain.Fernandez said they’ve gone from 700 students in the 2016-17 school year to about 550 this year. She said a major reason for the loss of students is that 50% of the students families were affected by Harvey.Brien Straw | Houston Public MediaRobinson Elementary principal Paige Fernandez“We did a lot of work in the beginning to evaluate, especially with our displaced families where they went. Now looking at the numbers, it’s less than 50 [percent], ‘cause so many families that lost their homes have relocated,” Fernandez said.She hopes the school will be back to 700 students by next fall, and considers the “like new” facility as the silver lining. “It doesn’t really mitigate the challenges that we face, but I think it makes us stronger as a campus.”As for parent, Victoria Acosta, is thrilled the kids are back home. “It’s awesome. We live five minutes away instead of a fifteen or twenty minute drive,” said Acosta.HISD is also opening three new high school facilities as the Spring semester kicks off. Sharpstown, Scarborough and North Forest high schools are new facilities for students, but the construction is unrelated to Harvey.Sharpstown High School will start classes next month in a new $62.8 million facility that was built adjacent to the current building. The new school features a two-story, light-filled atrium that will also serve as a dining commons and flexible use area. Other amenities include classrooms equipped with modern technology and grouped into neighborhoods, flexible learning spaces for small and large groups, two gymnasiums, a JROTC building, and a fine arts wing.Scarborough High School is wrapping up construction of a new 13,000-square-foot JROTC and fine arts building. The $14.6 million project also called for general renovations to the existing building, including a new better-defined and more secure main entry, an upgraded cafeteria and snack bar, and refurbished classrooms, as well as additional site improvements. North Forest High School will move across the street from its current campus into a new facility on the east side of Mesa Drive. The $59.5 million campus will accommodate 1,500 students and features flexible learning spaces, a modern dining commons area, and Career and Technical Education spaces, as well as a unique indoor running track – a first of its kind in HISD.
Go back to the e-newsletter >This winter at Six Senses Laamu will see the launch of its three-night Mind Fitness programme which blends the expertise of in-house experts with specialist therapies and wellness activities that have been used for centuries to calm the mind and bring about a sense of stillness and peace.Each stay starts with a wellness consultation during which the consultant discusses the guest’s current lifestyle, concerns and determines the areas that require most attention. This is followed by a programme of treatments which have been specifically chosen to help calm and ‘exercise’ the mind.The three-night Mind Fitness programme includes:Wellness Consultation, 45 minutes on arrivalThree Pranayama sessions, 45 minutesThree Mindfulness Meditation sessions, 45 minutesTwo Nasyam treatments, 30 minutesTwo Abhyanga & Shirodhara treatments, 90 minutesPlus complimentary Sukodu puzzlesPrice: USD 1,115++ per person. The price does not include accommodation and meals and is subject to tax and service charge.Go back to the e-newsletter >
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