Schools plow new ground in efforts to reopen safely

by Ruth Leubecker

With new plans dictated by COVID-19, Maine’s schools are tentatively assessing the first day of school and all of its potential challenges.

“We’re going to do four consecutive workshops, and some of these will be more specialized,” explains Scott Porter, Superintendent of Schools for A.O.S 96. “Everyone will be wearing masks and social distancing.”

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