The New Normal: How are schools keeping students safe while COVID-19 cases surge?

News 12's Erin Colton was joined by superintendents Dr. Robert Zywicki and Dr. Chuck Sampson to discuss how to keep students safe while COVID-19 cases surge in the tri-state.

News 12 Staff

Jan 4, 2022, 2:48 PM

Updated 831 days ago

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News 12's Erin Colton was joined by superintendents Dr. Robert Zywicki and Dr. Chuck Sampson to discuss how to keep students safe while COVID-19 cases surge in the tri-state.
Millions of students are returning to class this week. At the same time, we are seeing record-breaking numbers of infections.
How are some of the tri-state schools doing?
Some schools preemptively sent students home with COVID-19 tests to use before they returned in the new year. Some schools have received tests and have handed them out to parents -- some have not? Why?
A lot of schools are going remote to get over the surge from the holidays. Why not just go remote?


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