On The Mark: Cromwell-Wright held fast to in-person learning


May 21, 2021

Reflecting earlier this month, Cromwell-Wright principal and superintendent Nathan Libbon recounted how he and his teachers, staff, parents and school board members managed to host most of their K-12 students in person for the past school year. Few other schools stayed open at similar levels.

Due to a number of close Covid-19 contacts, the district sent students in grades 7-12 home for two weeks in November, but that was it for distance learning. During the rest of the year, a few families opted for distance learning, keeping students at home and working over the internet or picking up hom...

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