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Good morning, its Monday, Feb. 15.

Here are the week’s top stories.

MVLA board approves in-person return in red tier

The Mountain View–Los Altos School District board tonight unanimously approved the plans and budget for an optional in-person return in the red tier of coronavirus restrictions, but did leave room for further amendment later this month. 
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COVID-19 Updates

Friday, Feb. 12: New CDC guidance recommends Santa Clara County schools open for full in-person instruction 
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PAUSD to make optional in-person return in red tier

Grades 7–12 in the Palo Alto Unified School District will enter an optional in-person return once Santa Clara County falls to the red tier of coronavirus restrictions.
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Antoine’s Cookie Shop serves up nostalgia by the dozen

In Pixar’s “Ratatouille,” a single bite of the eponymous dish transports the sour-faced food critic, Anton Ego, to a memory of himself as a child, enjoying his mother’s cooking. Seeing a customer experience that involuntary sense of nostalgia is Antoine Tang’s favorite part of his job as owner of Antoine’s Cookie Shop.
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Here’s some more student journalism you should check out: 

CIF reverses, allows athletes to participate in same-season club and school sports

Note: At the moment, Santa Clara County cohorting restrictions still prohibit participation on multiple teams.

The California Interscholastic Federation has reinstated its waiver of Bylaw 600-605, allowing student athletes to participate in both school and club sports through the same season.

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