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Heidi Ulrichsen

Heidi Ulrichsen

Heidi Ulrichsen is the associate content editor at Sudbury.com. She also covers education and the arts scene. Follow her on Twitter @HeidiUlrichsen. She can be reached by email at hulrichsen@sudbury.com.

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<updated>Awesome educators:</updated> Jennifer Bernard teaches everything from math to cooking online — while taking care of her own kids

Awesome educators: Jennifer Bernard teaches everything from math to cooking online — while taking care of her own kids

We received two nominations for the Grade 6 École Ste-Marie teacher to be featured on Sudbury.com  
Dental office reopenings likely on the horizon, but don’t count on a timely appointment

Dental office reopenings likely on the horizon, but don’t count on a timely appointment

Dentists still dealing with PPE shortage, and will have to take other precautions to keep everyone safe 
LU looking into providing most classes online in fall 2020

LU looking into providing most classes online in fall 2020

Several Canadian universities have already announced they're going this route
<updated>Awesome educators: </updated>Pandemic inspired Adamsdale P.S. gym teacher Jen Holub’s quirky kids’ exercise videos

Awesome educators: Pandemic inspired Adamsdale P.S. gym teacher Jen Holub’s quirky kids’ exercise videos

Watch the videos with your kids on the ‘Ms. Holub’ YouTube channel
Ontario reports 361 new COVID-19 cases, 56 more deaths

Ontario reports 361 new COVID-19 cases, 56 more deaths

The province has now seen 1,725 deaths associated with the virus, with nearly half of all deaths occurring in long-term care homes
<updated>Awesome educators: </updated>Léane Koskela couldn’t be with her kindergarteners, so she made them ‘Mini Madames’

Awesome educators: Léane Koskela couldn’t be with her kindergarteners, so she made them ‘Mini Madames’

If you’re familiar with ‘Flat Stanley,’ the “Mini Madames’ are a similar concept
Sudbury’s three federated universities were already facing budget pressure, then along came COVID-19

Sudbury’s three federated universities were already facing budget pressure, then along came COVID-19

After Thorneloe University cuts, University of Sudbury and Huntington University say they’re also struggling, but offer few details
Ontario records 477 new COVID-19 cases, in biggest single-day spike since May 2

Ontario records 477 new COVID-19 cases, in biggest single-day spike since May 2

Number of COVID-19 deaths in the province now at 1,540
<updated>Photos: </updated>May snow shatters 37-year-old snowfall record

Photos: May snow shatters 37-year-old snowfall record

Eight centimetres of snow fell yesterday and another two so far today
Summer camp: Just one more aspect of life impacted by COVID-19

Summer camp: Just one more aspect of life impacted by COVID-19

Camp Manitou Bay of Island and Rainbow Camp have cancelled their 2020 camps, while YMCA John Island Camp hasn't made the call