Monthly Archives: December 2020

Cari Teske named Director of Media

Cari Teske, Teacher Librarian/Consultant for School Improvement, has been named Director of Media Services. Cari will provide direct oversight of all aspects of Media Services including support for school districts as they work to integrate media resources into the teaching … Continue reading

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Congratulations to our staff with 20 years of service!

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Handling office closures due to inclement weather

With professional learning primarily taking place remotely and many staff working from home, it made sense to revisit our procedures for inclement weather including professional learning cancellations and office closures. Below please find some clarification for the 2020-21 school year. … Continue reading

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Agency offices closed for the holiday break

All Central Rivers AEA offices will be closed beginning Thursday, December 24 through January 1, in order for staff to enjoy the holidays. As a reminder, be sure to change your voicemail greeting and set an away message to your … Continue reading

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Have you checked out the Wellness Wave lately?

Earlier this year we revamped the Employee Health & Wellbeing Program to make it easier and more fun than ever to complete challenges and get great ideas for staying healthy.  The Wellness Wave Website includes a leaderboard, a monthly spotlight … Continue reading

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New CDC guidelines to reduce quarantine time

The CDC recently revised their guidance, and as a result, the agency has adjusted ours as well.  The recommended quarantine period for an individual with a close contact exposure has moved from 14 days to 10 days.  In addition, a … Continue reading

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“Coping with loss during this COVID-19 season – and where to find hope”

Taking care of ourselves and those we love may seem increasingly difficult as the pandemic continues and we are experiencing more and more loss. Loss of loved ones, loss of social activities, loss of connection, and for some, loss of … Continue reading

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