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Stephen E. If your phone is compromised by malware then bad actors can access all data any apps on your phone can access including iCloud, Gmail, FB, etc.
This isn't a cloud service problem but a compromised client issue. Pegasus spyware has been used to target individuals opposed to autocratic regimes on multiple occasions. Now it's capabilities are more enhanced and can pull cloud data of a user just by knowing their phone number. FT has bizarrely framed this as an issue for the cloud services, when it's really about how end devices secure auth tokens. You own the device, you are the device. Martin was sentenced Friday to 9 years in prison for his role in a massive theft of classified documents. Attorney Robert K. Read the report.
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Datadog : See inside any app, at any scale. Scoop : Make the commute meaningful. Hiya : Ridding the world of robocalls. NCES continued its tours of Wisconsin landmarks by visiting the 45th and 90th parallel marker in Poniatowski. This parallel marks the center of the northern half of the western hemisphere.
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This specific center of a hemisphere is unique because most other centers are in the oceans. Students signed the guest book and received a commemorative coin after visiting the marker. Wendland decided they needed to stop for some fresh cheese curds! The fieldtrip was paid for by Mrs. Wendland's Herb Kohl Foundation Award. A special thank you goes out to Mrs.
Wendland for encouraging students to learn more about the interesting features of Wisconsin. Planning began in August and has slowly developed into the product that landed on the Rhinelander community doorways at the end of October. Instead of the traditional Food Drive where students sit at a table and wait for the community to bring the food to them, Trick or Can brings the food drive to the community's door, not only collecting non-perishable food items, but also raising awareness for an issue in our community.
They look forward to continuing Trick or Can next year, expanding into more neighborhoods and getting more people involved. The Veterans Day presentation at Pelican Elementary School was an emotional day for many students and staff.
Everyone seems to have someone that they know and love that has dedicated their lives to making life in America a life of freedom - Freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and freedom to be the best that they can be. People don't always remember how important veterans are in their lives. This past Monday, November 12, was a day that Pelican School was able to not only remember veterans, but also give a very special Veteran a gift he will always remember.
Marine Corp. He was presented with a seat on one of the Honor Flights to Washington D. Pelican staff and students raised the money through donations and a popcorn sale. The Pelican family thanks veterans for all they do, and they will continue to do what they can to recognize veterans throughout the year. Families joined teachers and principals in a fun evening of trivia and treats. Delicious cookies, cocoa, and coffee provided by the Student Council were enjoyed while teams made up of families and teachers engaged in fun rounds of trivia.
Laughter, music and connections made the evening joy-filled for staff and the families. After the winners were declared, attendees wrapped up the night with a group selfie to commemorate the evening. Organizers look forward to more events like this and hope even more families will join in on the fun! This year's recipient is Theresa Teri Maney of Rhinelander.
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Teri has been instrumental in moving the School District of Rhinelander forward. When Teri sees a need for change, she will do whatever is required to make the change a reality. She gracefully handles difficult conversations and situations while promoting the good in each educator. Maney has a keen eye and uses superior active listening skills to take a pulse on everyone and in every environment. She has served as a teacher, principal, and director, but more importantly, a kind, loving, and giving woman that promotes, "All means All.
This award was intended to honor an instructional leader who has served in an instructional leadership role in PK education for at least three years and is a proven champion of curriculum, instruction, and assessment policies and practices that enhance learning both within and outside the district.
Missing from the photo is Zach Volinek Math. James Williams Middle School is proud to announce its first Students of the Month for the school year. The staff chose two students per grade level who demonstrated good character and leadership at an exceptional level. These students come to school prepared and ready to learn, are actively engaged in their classrooms, follow class and school rules, and are honest, trustworthy, and respectful.
Northwoods Community Elementary School students in four year old kindergarten, kindergarten and first grade visited CAVOC on October 11 to learn about the fall environment. The students participated in a variety of activities about trees while visiting the school forest. After reading The Giving Tree, Mrs. Gerth led the students on a hike to view the different types of trees. The students looked closely at the size of trees, the texture and color of the bark.
They also noticed that the trees held different shapes of leaves. Each student was asked to choose a favorite tree to adopt. The students filled out a form about their chosen tree, slipped the form into a clear pocket sleeve and tied it around their chosen tree. The students will visit their adopted tree this winter and spring. Cheslock led the youngsters on a walk to search for leaves. After finding ten different leaves, the students classified the leaves according to color, size and tree type.
Using a leaf identification chart, the students matched their leaves to the sample leaves on the chart. Then the students brought their leaves inside to create leaf rubbings. The students learned about the job of each part of a tree while making a model of a tree with Mrs. Using a paper bag, the students added yarn for the tree's roots and a small Ziploc bag of sand for the trunk.
Then the students cut branches and leaves for their model of a tree. After lunch, the students participated on a fall scavenger hunt. They looked for a red leaf, insect, a stick shaped like a y, a gray rock, water and many other nature items. Most of the students found all of the items on their list! The event kicked off with a mascot race that was similar to the Milwaukee Brewers' sausage races. The Thunderbird won the race, with the Hodag placing second. Spectators had the opportunity to predict the winner. The hilly and curvy course proved to be a difficult one, but everyone enjoyed the challenge.
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