Students shared their experiences of being back in school for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic state of emergency was declared.
Fresh outfits were laid out, lunches packed and masks were at the ready as South Burlington students prepared themselves for the first day of school. We caught up with a few locals to see how their return to the classroom looked and felt.
Here are some more images of life in Vermont during the coronavirus pandemic that has marked 2020 as a year like no other. To see images from March 18 to Aug. 13, 2020, please view the photo collection "In pictures: Coronavirus affects local Vermont communities - Part 1.”
The Bijou Cineplex 4 in Morrisville has shown plenty of creativity during the pandemic, including a drive-in theater with two screens located in a field adjacent to Stafford Avenue, not too far from the site of the drive-in of yesteryear. The Bijou has had weekend viewings of classic movies …
Chad Hollister and bandmate Primo play a rolling concert Saturday night on the streets of Morrisville. Since the pandemic canceled a lot of concerts, Spruce Peak Performing Arts is bringing the concerts to the streets. Information: sprucepeakarts.org/drive-by-concert-series.
Peoples Academy students took a victory lap around Morrisville last Thursday as part of their 2020 graduation ceremony, their cars decked out in various green and gold regalia, led by police, fire and rescue vehicles blaring their sirens and flashing their lights.
South Burlington High School had a graduation like never before on Friday, June 12. Many decorated their caps with hints of their next steps. With a drive-in audience and screen of jumbo proportions, students, families and the school community aren’t likely to forget this one.