Three approaches to in-person learning in Southwest Colorado

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Three approaches to in-person learning in Southwest Colorado

Durango, Bayfield and Ignacio embrace COVID-19 protocols, in their own ways
Kevin Aten, superintendent of Bayfield School District, looks over a bulletin board at Bayfield High School with messages to students as Leon Hanhardt, BHS principal, walks past. Some school districts have already reported possible or confirmed COVID-19 cases, but officials say they were prepared for it, and so far, response plans seem to be working.
Kathy Neal teaches her Bayfield High School ceramics class as student Jordan Martindale, 16, demonstrates at the pottery wheel.

Three approaches to in-person learning in Southwest Colorado

Kevin Aten, superintendent of Bayfield School District, looks over a bulletin board at Bayfield High School with messages to students as Leon Hanhardt, BHS principal, walks past. Some school districts have already reported possible or confirmed COVID-19 cases, but officials say they were prepared for it, and so far, response plans seem to be working.
Kathy Neal teaches her Bayfield High School ceramics class as student Jordan Martindale, 16, demonstrates at the pottery wheel.
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