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Earlier this week we launched ourselves into Phase 2 of virtual school and, by all accounts, we have survived! Our students, faculty, and families jumped into a new schedule, engaged in synchronous and asynchronous classes, and the learning continued. We know this leap into a new schedule and a new manner of learning hasn’t been easy. We truly value your dedication and hard work.
During the past few weeks of the physical distancing requirements, I think it is safe to say we've all missed the face to face human interactions that regular, daily life entails. In our new (and temporary) reality, virtual high fives and fist bumps have taken the place of physical interaction.