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Lian (12) ble påkjørt da han skulle krysse E6:

12-åringen skulle krysse veien for å nå bussen da han ble truffet av en bil, kastet opp i lufta og inn i fronten på en møtende bil.

Lian (12) ble påkjørt da han skulle krysse E6:

12 år gamle Lian forteller at han husker påkjørselen, at han fløy gjennom lufta og smalt inn i noe hardt. Etter ulykka kom flere personer til for å bistå, minutter senere var politi og ambulanse på stedet.  Foto: Tipser

– Det har vært noen dramatiske timer og dager. Men det går utrolig nok veldig bra med han. Han er allerede tilbake på skolen.

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Noblesville Schools presents budget; could lose $5.5 million if pandemic continues • Current Publishing

Noblesville Schools CFO Robin Phelps presented the 2021estimated budget to the school board during a work session Oct. 6. The more than $138 million budget

Noblesville Schools presents budget; could lose $5.5 million if pandemic continues • Current Publishing

Noblesville Schools CFO Robin Phelps presented the 2021estimated budget to the school board during a work session Oct. 6. The more than $138 million budget will be spread across five funds – debt service, education, exempt debt, referendum operating and operations. Roughly $73 million is planned for the education fund, $17.1 million for the referendum operating fund, $14.8 million for the debt service fund $7.6 million for the exempt debt service fund and $25.4 million for the operations fund.

Phelps

Phelps said planning the budget wasn’t too much different this year compared to past years, but the district might receive less funding from the state next year due to students learning online.

The State Board of Education recently approved a statute protecting schools in that schools would continue to receive 100 percent funding per student, even if students were learning online. However, that statute does not apply to the district’s February count of students.

“If students receive 50 percent or more of their education online (in February), then the district only gets 85 percent of the funding (per student),” Phelps said. “The State Board of Education passed an order that protected us in September, but they did not make that adjustment to the February count.”

Phelps said the district isn’t sure how many students will utilize online learning in February, as that number is largely dependent on pandemic’s progression. Currently, approximately 10 percent of students learn exclusively online. The other 90 percent of students learn through either a hybrid model where they only attend in-person classes on certain days of the week or, in the case of elementary students, they attend in-person classes each day. If that same model were to continue to February, the district stands to lose $5.5 million in funding from the state.

“It won’t impact this budget because we have enough cash balance to sustain, but as we move forward, we are going to have to look at making cuts,” Phelps said. “We just can’t sustain 85 percent funding.”

Phelps said administrators haven’t yet discussed where cuts would occur in the district.

The district also received roughly $429,000 in CARES Act funding, which was used to pay 27 staff members that were hired to decrease class size and provide online and in-person learning.

“When we qualified for the CARES money, one of stipulations of using CARES money was you have to continue to pay staff in the event you shut down,” Phelps said. “So, for us, it costs $1.5 million to pay staff to not work for a month, and so $1.5 million a month compared to $429,000 received made us wonder if we wanted to use the CARES dollars or not. In talking to the state, they advised us we should (use the money) because in the event more CARES funding becomes available, if we didn’t take the first round, we are not eligible for the second round.”

Noblesville Schools also applied for FEMA, which will reimburse up to 75 percent of COVID-19 related expenses, but the district has not yet received any FEMA dollars.

The school board is scheduled to vote on the budget at its Oct. 27 meeting.

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Pandemic-year HSC exams are underway – Hack – triple j

Year 12 HSC exams are underway. We hear from students about what it’s been like studying through a pandemic, and how the strict COVID conditions in exam halls are adding an extra layer of stress. Plus, would you be okay with your partner looking through your phone? Experts are worried that the kind of snooping is normalising coercive control and abusive patterns in relationships. And Instagram censored Celeste Barber’s parody of a lingerie-model-influencer’s half-naked photo, but not the original. We hear from a body positivity activist about how the platform’s algorithm favours thin, white people who conform to gender norms.

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Milan bekrefter Zlatan-signering

Den italienske fotballstorheten Milan bekrefter at Zlatan Ibrahimovic har signert en ny ettårskontrakt med klubben.

Milan bekrefter Zlatan-signering

Bekreftelsen kom på klubbens nettsider og i sosiale medier mandag.

Det er ingen stor overraskelse at den svenske superstjernen blir værende i motehovedstaden også kommende sesong. Allerede i helgen kom det signaler både fra hovedpersonen og klubben om at en avtale var underveis.

– Jeg er veldig glad, endelig er alt OK. Jeg er tilbake der jeg føler meg hjemme, nå må vi fortsette, sa Ibrahimovic i et videoklipp da.

Nylig bekreftet også sportssjef Paolo Maldini at Milan jobbet for å forlenge med den svenske spissveteranen.

Mandag skal Ibrahimovic ha gjennomført sitt første treningspass med Milan-troppen etter kontraktssigneringen.

Ibrahimovic spilte for Milan siste halvdel av forrige sesong. Det resulterte i ti scoringer på 18 ligakamper. Han var også i klubben mellom 2010 og 2012. 38-åringen har også vært innom Malmö, Ajax, Juventus, Inter, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United og LA Galaxy i løpet av karrieren.

Zlatan har 116 landskamper for Sverige.

Serie A-sesongen sparkes i gang 19. september. Milan ble nummer seks i ligaen forrige sesong. Det betyr at klubben har sjansen til å kvalifisere seg for spill i Europa kommende sesong.

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