Schools will start the year with distance learning | Superintendent's Corner
Last updated 8/12/2020 at 6:15pm
This August looks and feels different than most. Instead of staff preparing their classrooms and schools for the surge of children on the first day, hallways are quiet as they prepare lessons from home.
As the roughly 15,000 students and over 2,000 staff in the Mukilteo School District prepare to begin the year with a distance learning model, it will be the first time in my career (and in many others’ careers) without a traditional first day of school.
It could be easy to let the weight of that get us down. I am sure many students were looking forward to resuming a sense of normalcy by...