COVID’s Influence on Future Schooling, Lessons from the Virus, More! |Full Megacast, October 5, 2020

Bloomfield Hills Schools Superintendent, Pat Watson, Rep. Brenda Carter and other news-makers discuss the latest COVID-19 information on this full edition of the Oakland County Megacast!

Bloomfield Hills School District Superintendent, Patrick Watson, provides an update on the School District’s operations during the pandemic, and discusses plans for future modifications to their pandemic learning plan.

West Bloomfield School District Board of Education Trustee and Liaison to the Greater West Bloomfield Historical Society, Christy Forhan, talks about the 50th Anniversary of Apple Island, including virtual experiences with the historical site available through the Greater West Bloomfield Historical Society!

Rabbi Kasriel Shemtov, Spiritual Director of The Shul, talks about how local Jewish people are celebrating the high holidays during the pandemic, and explains the significance of Sukkah to the Judaic faith.

Michigan State Representative, Brenda Carter, from the 29th District talks about continuing discussions regarding the allowance of guns at the Capital in Lansing following protests earlier this year, as well as initial discussions within the Michigan Legislature regarding pandemic mitigation actions after the ruling by the Michigan Supreme Court negating Governor Whitmer’s powers under the 1945 act.

Holocaust Memorial Center Director of Education, Ruth Bergman, talks about the historical information available at the Holocaust Center, how the pandemic has influenced the ways in which the public can interact with this history, and why it is still so important for people to learn about the horrors of the holocaust.

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