DANVERS — As young students continue to lose crucial active play time due to online learning restrictions, Danvers Indoor Sports has made it a priority to bring sports programming to children in the area.
Danvers Indoor Sports, a multi-sport complex focusing on training children of all ages, has created COVID-19 friendly activities in which students can participate.
As older children tend to have programs such as soccer lined up for them after school, there is a lack of safe activities for ages 2 to 12.
To combat this need and to bring social interaction for students learning online, the facility is hosting ‘DIScover P.E.’ blocks for ages 6 to 12, which run after school Monday through Friday for up to three hours.
Sandy Mahoney, facility coordinator at Danvers Indoor Sports, said this new program is
Australia’s two largest mobile network operators want the Australian government to take into account in-building mobile coverage when selecting sites for future rounds of the mobile blackspot program (MBSP).
The Commonwealth is currently consulting on the design of round 5A of the program, having released submissions and a set of draft guidelines on Wednesday, to which interested parties have 14 days to respond.
In its submission, Optus said an issue with the program is that coverage is compared to public maps from telcos, which are measured when a device is outdoors or has an external antenna. Offering an alternative in its submission, the telco suggested a new measurement at -90dBm be used instead.
“[Public coverage maps] should not be used as a means of assessment, since we note that overwhelming feedback during varying Regional Telecommunications Reviews clearly shows a desire for enhanced in-building and in-vehicle (including in-paddock)