Organic Valley

Back in 1988, Organic Valley’s seven founding farmers were concerned about the devastating loss of family farms in America. So these pioneering organic farmers founded a cooperative whose mission was to save family farms through the production of the highest quality organic foods. 

In 2013, we celebrate 25 years of cultivating goodness. We have learned along the way that though our challenges are many, our solutions are endless when we work together for what is best for all.

Twenty-five years later, the 1,800-plus farmer-owners of CROPP Cooperative / Organic Valley are still guided by that mission.

Their product offerings have grown to include award-winning milk, soy, cheese, butter, spreads, creams, yogurt, eggs, produce, and juice. Organic Valley products can be found in supermarkets, natural foods stores and food cooperatives nationwide.

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Department of Public Instruction Updates COVID-19 Special Education Guidance

School Law FYI | 05.12.21

Boardman Clark previously reported on the Department of Public Instruction’s (“DPI”) guidance document COVID-19 Special Education Question and Answer Document (“Question and Answer Document”): Guidance for Public School Districts Serving Students with Disabilities During the Current Closure Related to COVID-19 and Department of Public Instruction Updates COVID-19 Special Education Guidance. DPI published several recent updates to the Question and Answer Document with new information regarding compensatory or recovery services, requests for education records, evaluations, extended school year, use of the “I-10,” planning for additional school closures, and in-home special education services. The updates to the Question and Answer Document are summarized below and the full version of DPI’s guidance may be found here: COVID-19 Special Education Question and Answer Document.

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