The Cuba Board of Education met for its monthly meeting on November 23 to recognize several students for their outstanding work ethic and behavior for the quarter, as well as to discuss the district’s status following a week-long closure due to an increase in student and staff quarantine numbers.
The Cuba Chamber of Commerce has announced that has canceled its Christmas parade, which was scheduled for December 5, due to the continued increase of COVID-19 cases in the area.
In making the announcement the Chamber issued the following release:
The Cuba City Council will be meeting on Tuesday, December 1, even though officials had not originally planned to meet in December until December 17.
During the Cuba School Board meeting held this past Monday, the board voted to adopt the CDC’s guidelines which would designate all school employees as “essential.”
An attack of appendicitis turned into a project at Cuba High School that is now providing small pillows that are helping recovery for young patients at Mercy Hospital in Washington, Mo.