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Ten Portland Adventist Academy students made school history this summer. They were the first to attend in-person class during the coronavirus pandemic. As Oregon health authorities began to lift stay home orders in June, small groups were allowed to meet in person which meant PAA could offer its annual summer World History course. More importantly, it provided
July 29, 2020 Good Afternoon PAA Family, Yesterday, Oregon's governor, Kate Brown, shared new guidelines for Oregon schools which apply to PAA, and I would like to share with you. We now have three metrics to follow in order to teach in-person. They are: Oregon's percent of positive tests for preceding 7 days must be less
“He prepared the way before we could even imagine it,” said Portland Adventist Academy principal, Mechelle Peinado. As Oregon state and health authorities laid out plans in March to mitigate the coronavirus pandemic, schools, churches, sporting events, and spring break mission trips were cancelled. Miraculously, PAA began distance-learning the very next school day. PAA teachers tested
We'll continue providing relevant and useful resources for life during the COVID-19 pandemic. Stay Home or Wear a Mask. Be Well. Local, State, and Federal Government COVID-19 Information Blue Print for Opening Schools COVID-19 Symptoms (should I call my doctor?) Multnomah County COVID-19 Responses Kate Brown's Stay Home Orders State of Oregon's Coronavirus Page U.S. Centers for