Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other

## ## Liverpool restaurants now open again for takeaway after lockdown

What’s OnCasa Italia serves an array of Italian dishes (Image: Casa Italia)Sign up to FREE email alerts from Liverpool Echo What’s OnSubscribeWhen you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeAs we near our ninth week of coronavirus lockdown, we’re missing our favourite restaurants more than ever.But, since the government’s restrictions allow for takeaways to operate, many restaurants across the city have adapted and are now offering their services in a new way.Some have transformed their restaurants into shops, while others have launched delivery services for the first time ever.We’ve taken a look at the latest announcements and created a list of restaurants in Liverpool now offering takeaway or delivery during lockdown.Macello Meathouse is popular with many famous faces including Liverpool FC playersPopular South Liverpool restaurant Macello Meathouse announced last week that it would reopen for takeout.The restaurant initially tried to offer the service when social distancing measures were first announced but on March 22 its team took to its Instagram to confirm it had taken the “difficult decision” to close completely.Arran Campolucci Bordi, who is the third generation of his family to run the restaurant, said: “We believe home deliveries will be the way forward for customers who may be forced to self isolate.”So we have announced we pushing the technological envelope yet again by offering a full home delivery service through the three major delivery platforms, Just Eat, Deliveroo and UberEats.”There will also be free delivery if you order directly.And in a gesture to NHS workers, Casa Italia are offering them a 20% discount on deliveries.Sharing the news on Instagram, Crust wrote: “Due to an overwhelming demand, we will be opening Crust Bold Street from Friday, May 8.”We miss our guests so much and after hundreds of messages we have made this possible through the hard work of our amazing team.”Whilst we know it won’t be quite the same as usual, we are excited to see some familiar faces and hope you can all support us with our next move.”We will be available for collection as well as on Deliveroo and UberEats.”Our 25% Emergency services discount will be available on collection phone orders only, please mention this when you place your order and bring your ID on collection.

Inside Schools also runs a blog called the

Resources for Students and Parents

The city website carries a wealth of information about the city public school system. Locate a school, find out what your child is learning, look up a school latest progress report, and much, much more.

Inside Schools, a project of the Center for New York City Affairs, conducts and publishes independent public school reviews. Inside Schools also runs a blog called the InsideSCOOP.

The education arm of the Office of the Bronx Borough President assists students, families and educators, provides contacts to educational resources, and regularly hosts workshops and meetings.

The After School Corporation (TASC) is New York City based non profit working to change public policy and expand funding for after school programs.

The United Federation of Teachers is a labor union representing teachers, secretaries, social workers and other professionals working in public schools.

The New York Times Education page includes links to all recent education stories published in the paper, as well as links to external education resources.

Gotham Schools, a blog run by a Manhattan based non profit, publishes news and analysis about public school politics, policy, and research, as well as commentary from educators, parents, researchers and others.

City Limits recent coverage of education and schools.

Gotham Gazette recent coverage of education and schools.

Education Notes Online offers information on current education issues and organizing activities in New York and beyond.

NYC Teachers is a social networking site for public school teachers.

The NYC Public School Parents blog carries news, commentary and humor written by parents, for parents.

## ## Lorri Giovinco Harte, a former teacher, writes about education in New York City for the Examiner website.

The Learning Network, a blog published by The New York Times, offers lesson plans and other learning resources for teachers and students.

“Can they please seize the money illegally paid to Espada’s thug. er. campaigners? It might not help the State budget that much, but it’s the right thing to do!” MN FROM: Bronx News Roundup, Aug. 8″I love the way they say, ” there is no immediate danger”. They say its not serious but if that’s the case, why are students being moved. I don’t think it’s right at all that parents would not be immediately part of the process. 51, The Bronx New School, To Be Moved Because of Contamination

These students have worked hard

## ## MCF will have a virtual 2020 Scholarship Presentation Ceremony

COVID 19 has forced many schools to create alternative measures surrounding graduation and senior award ceremonies. While students and their families are facing great disappointment at the loss of these monumental events, Marietta Community Foundation hopes to salvage the situation by honoring local graduates through a virtual scholarship award ceremony.

know that this live stream could never replace what these students are missing out on, said Mason Beuhring, Communications Program Services Director at the Foundation we still want to make this event fun for our community. These students have worked hard, and they deserve every bit of recognition. via a Facebook Live Stream. To give the virtual event a personalized touch, the Foundation is asking each recipient to create a short video explaining what their hard earned scholarship means to them and expressing their thanks to the donors who made their award possible. Videos are to then be shared on the Foundation Facebook page for all of the community to see.

are inviting schools, faculty, staff, students, families, and everyone in our county to participate in the event, said Beuhring. want to make sure our students feel special and the best way to do that is to let them know that there is a community cheering them on!.

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