Teachers want access to COVID-19 vaccine

Frontline workers and residents 65 and older are eligible for the coronavirus vaccine in Florida. Some teachers in one county are trying to make a case that they should be prioritized to receive the shot.

School supply kits for students

Seminole County students who switched from remote learning to in-class learning received a school supply kit compliments of the Foundation for Seminole County Public Schools.

Superintendent warns of large holiday gatherings

Winter break is about to start for student's across Central Florida. Orange County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Barbara Jenkins is warning families to exercise caution at holiday gatherings to keep COVID-19 out of the classroom.

Forgiving student loans

President-elect Joe Biden is considering student loan debt relief for millions of Americans. He is urging Congress to take action though he could also use the power of an executive order.

UCF adding more in-person classes

Florida reported more than 10,000 new single-day coronavirus cases on Sunday. Despite the spike in classes, the University of Central Florida wants to add more in-person classes.

Push to continue virtual learning beyond December

An Orange County medical committee is leading the push to urge the Florida Department of Education to allow distance learning to continue through the end of the school year. Remote learning is set to expire at the end of December.