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The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) site, and the World Health Organization (WHO) site have the most reliable and up to date information about COVID-19. For local information, check out the below links:
COVID-19 symptoms include fever, severe cough and difficulty breathing. If you feel sick, stay home and contact your medical provider. You can also contact one of the below options:
1. Renown Health, 775-982-5000. This phone screening is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and is free to the community. Renown staff also are performing respiratory illness screenings at the entrances of all Renown Medical Group locations.
2. Washoe County Health District, 775-328-2427. This is available from 8 a.m.- 5p.m. You can call 3-1-1 after hours, and they will advise you as to the best course of action.
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BY: Renee Martin
The Hug High School Mock Trial team placed second in our regional competition this year on
2/28/20. As a result, we were honored to be able to compete in the state competition in Las
Vegas from 3/6-3/7/20. Our team consisted of the following students: Ana Delgadillo,Joseph
Listinsky, Kate Hughs-Baird, Jacqueline Portnell, Christopher Seifert, Hannalea Weinzweig,
Devin Cochran, Jonathan Chatham, Fiona Maclucas. The team was coached by Dave Watts-Vial
and Mary Kanderas as the attorney coaches and Renee Martin and Selena La Rue Hatch as the
teacher coaches. The kids were so excited to compete and show off the skills they have
developed over the past several months. For some students, this was their first time traveling
outside of Reno! The Hug HS team placed 5th overall and fought valiantly in every trial
throughout the competition. None of this could have been possible without the generous
support of the Northern Nevada Women’s Lawyer Association and we want to thank them for
all of their help getting our team to state. Thank you for being a part of our Hawk family and
helping our students soar.