Windsor School District accepting applications for prekindergarten programs

first_imgTo be eligible for the Universal Prekindergarten Program, a child must be four-years-old before Dec. 1, 2020. The program is only available at the district’s Palmer Elementary building. WINDSOR (WBNG) — Parents in the Windsor Central School District can now apply for the 2020-2021 Universal Prekindergarten and Expanded Three-Year-Old Prekindergarten programs. For the Expanded Three-Year-Old Prekindergarten program, the school says a child must be three-years-old before Dec. 1, 2020 to be eligible. To be eligible for either program, the school demands that children meet the New York State immunization requirements.center_img The school says the child may attend prekindergarten at any building, however, they must attend kindergarten at the school in their residential attendance zone. The district says both programs’ planning is tentative and contingent upon “adequate” funding from the State Education Department. Those with questions are asked to contact the district.last_img read more

China virus death toll passes 1,110: Govt

first_imgThe number of fatalities from China’s new coronavirus epidemic jumped to 1,113 nationwide on Wednesday after another 97 deaths were reported by the national health commission.The figure is only the second time there has been a decline in the daily death toll and follows Tuesday’s data showing 108 new fatalities.More than 44,600 people have been confirmed as infected by the pathogen across China. Around 2,000 new cases were reported on Wednesday, with 1,638 in the hard-hit province of Hubei, where the outbreak emerged in December.The new virus is believed to have emerged last year in a market that sells wild animals in Hubei’s capital Wuhan, the city at the centre of the outbreak.The virus was officially named “COVID-19” at a conference in Geneva held by the World Health Organization, where the body’s chief said countries had a chance of stopping its global spread.WHO head Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said Tuesday that although 99 percent of cases are in China, where it remains “very much an emergency,” it also “holds a very grave threat for the rest of the world.” He urged countries to share data in order to further research the disease.Topics :last_img read more

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88th min: Chelsea 2 Spurs 2 …Leicester back in it

first_imgKicked offHT Chelsea 0 Tottenham Spurs 2  Vardy awardEven before Monday’s kick-off there was a fresh award for Leicester, with England striker Jamie Vardy voted the 2016 Footballer of the Year by England’s Football Writers’ Association.The 29-year-old striker took the award ahead of team-mate Riyad Mahrez, who had already won the Player of the Year award voted on by his fellow professionals.Vardy, who only a few seasons ago was playing non-league football, has scored 24 goals for club and country this season — a haul that includes scoring in a Premier League record 11 consecutive games.Accepting the “great honour”, Vardy said: “We’re all totally focused on getting over the line in the final two weeks of the season and turning a great season into one we’ll never forget.”Despite the banned Vardy’s absence in their last two games because of his red card against West Ham United, Leicester have still taken four points from a possible six. That suggests that the Foxes can cope without Danny Drinkwater too.The midfielder will serve a one-match suspension against Everton after being sent off at Old Trafford, having received two yellow cards.But while Vardy saw his ban increased for an aggressive reaction, Drinkwater escaped any additional punishment Monday after referee Michael Oliver opted against reporting his response to being dismissed.As Leicester gets ready to party, Britain’s bookmakers are bracing themselves for a record football pay-out of £15 million ($22 million, 19 million euros) should the Foxes take the title.Leading firm William Hill are set to hand over £3 million alone and spokesman Rupert Adams said Monday: “I wish we had diversified our retail portfolio to include a few pubs in Leicester!”The scale of Leicester’s looming triumph can be gauged by the fact that when the 5,000/1 odds were first offered in August, bookmakers considered there was greater likelihood of pop music great Elvis Presley, who died in 1977, being found alive (2,000/1).No wonder that, in the words of one of Elvis’s greatest hits, the British betting industry is “all shook up”.Share on: WhatsApp But even if Tottenham beat Chelsea, last season’s champions, Midlands club Leicester can secure the title in front of their own fans by defeating Everton at the King Power Stadium on Saturday.Ranieri, sacked by Chelsea in 2004, has urged his side to keep their concentration on the Everton match as he expects Spurs to win their three remaining league games.“In my mind Tottenham will win all three matches,” said Ranieri after Leicester’s 1-1 draw away to Manchester United on Sunday took them to within touching distance of the title.“I know all the city (Leicester) is blue, but we must continue to stay concentrated without special fireworks.“We have to stay there, on the pitch, and think there will be another tough match.”center_img London, United Kingdom | AFP |Leicester City’s remarkable season could see them crowned champions of England for the first time in their 132-year history without kicking a ball on Monday if second-placed Tottenham Hotspur fail to keep the title race alive.Anything less than a Spurs victory away to London rivals Chelsea at Stamford Bridge  — a ground where they haven’t enjoyed a league win for 26 years — will see Claudio Ranieri’s men, 5,000/1 outsiders in pre-season, complete a stunning triumph.But as the eyes of English football, as well as fans round the world captivated by Leicester’s rise after the club were nearly relegated last season, turn to Chelsea’s west London ground, Foxes manager Ranieri won’t be watching the game.Instead the Leicester boss is due to be on a plane back from his native Italy after having lunch Monday with his 96-year-old mother.LIVE TWITTER FEEDlast_img read more

Ambati Rayudu has a change of heart on his retirement decision

first_imgAdvertisement 7zmzkxoNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs6clsxWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Eacn8( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) tsh4Would you ever consider trying this?😱80bzzCan your students do this? 🌚fzsRoller skating! Powered by Firework Former Indian batsman Ambati Rayudu, who hung up his boot from all formats of cricket last month, has now made a shocking U-turn on his decision claiming that he is open to play for national cricket as well as the Indian Premier League. Rayudu announced his retirement from cricket after the Indian selectors chose Mayank Agarwal as the replacement for an injured Vijay Shankar, even though he was on their official standby list for the 2019 World Cup.Advertisement Rayudu, who is currently playing for Grand Slams in the TNCA League, said his break from white-ball cricket isn’t permanent and that he is eager to be a part of his IPL team Chennai Super Kings.Advertisement “I haven’t thought much but I would prepare well to come back to white-ball cricket as soon as possible. I love the game, obviously. See ambition and targets are one thing but it still is the game I love. It is about playing cricket,” he said.When asked about his opinion on being selected for the national team he replied, “Of course, who will say no to India?”Advertisement The CSK batsman was left out of India’s World Cup squad and all-rounder Vijay Shankar was selected in his place. He voiced his disappointment when MSK Prasad, the chief selector, vouched for Shankar’s 3-dimensional qualities over him. Rayudu has 55 ODIs for India under his belt while scoring 1694 runs at an average of 47.05  Advertisementlast_img read more