2 weeks into remote education: 5 teachers share their experiences

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Our local educators have spent the last few weeks doing the seemingly impossible, teaching all of our children without ever being able to be in the same room with them. We checked in with 5 of these teachers to hear how everything is going. From their challenges – to the innovative ways they have found to do their jobs – to how proud they are of all of their students, this is what they had to say.

Harvey Dunn Elementary School special education teacher, Leah Ohme

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Robert Frost Elementary School kindergarten teacher, Heidi Dooley

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Patrick Henry Middle School math teacher, Lindy Bell

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All City Elementary School principal, Jane Hannemann

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Lincoln High School teacher, Xavier Pastrano

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