This time of year is normally met with a sense of anticipation and excitement. Kids are returning to school, reuniting with friends again after the summer break, meeting new teachers, preparing to learn new subjects. There are lists of supplies to buy along with backpacks and shoes and lunchboxes and new outfits.
This year, as we all know, is not a normal year. And it’s definitely not a typical school year. The pandemic has thrown . . .
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