Students shared their experiences of being back in school for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic state of emergency was declared.
- Sarah Evans | Student Correspondent
Thursday, Sept. 10, was officially my first day of school, as I am in the A-L cohort of students on Mondays and Thursdays.
- Tommy Gardner | Staff Writer
Dave Pittinaro said teachers keep an eye on everybody, but so far no one has broken the mask code. Grumble they might, but they still are doing it behind cloth, he says.
- Andrew Martin | Staff Writer
A little trepidation was to be expected as students headed back to school amid a pandemic, but for Lamoille Union junior Lindsey Bullard, anxi…
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