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Making do in COVID-19's world

Learning does not stop when school doors close for weeks at a time


Last updated 3/26/2020 at 10am

MEDICAL LAKE — It’s one thing to be one of 200-plus school districts in the state to be relative observers in the daily COVID-19 reality show.

But when it hits home like it did in Medical Lake where a teacher tested positive for the virus, it presents a completely different response.

Medical Lake Superintendent of Schools, Tim Ames got word on Saturday, March 14 that a staff member at Hallett Elementary — and an advisor with the Circuit Breakers robotics club — had indeed tested positive.

The district, however, had the virus on its radar prior and were prepared to take measures to...

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