Snow doesn't interrupt remote school day in Easton

Students in Easton have been full remote learning since before Thanksgiving, so the school day for the kids really didn't change.

News 12 Staff

Dec 17, 2020, 11:00 PM

Updated 1,276 days ago

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The snow didn't interrupt the day for students in Easton who had virtual class on Thursday.
"I thought that since it was super snowy that our teachers would give us less assignments, but it turns out that it was like the same old day except snowing," says fourth grader Tyler Sogofsky.
Students in Easton have been full remote learning since before Thanksgiving, so the school day for the kids really didn't change.
They got on their computers and on Zoom meetings with their teachers.
At recess time, they could go out in the snow, and some teachers even assigned snow-related projects.
Teachers News 12 spoke to say it was different Thursday, but everything has been different during COVID-19.
Parents said that there was snow outside, but no one had to go anywhere anyway.


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