CALDWELL COUNTY, N.C. — Sanitizing desks between periods, arrows pointing students in one direction, requiring masks to be worn -- these are some of the steps Caldwell County Schools is taking to keep students safe as they split their time between in-person and remote learning.
The school district said it is doing everything possible to keep students and faculty safe.
“It’s kind of been a good thing,” student James Ingram said. “I feel like kids get more attention or the teacher can focus more or maybe even more faster.”
>> Watch the video at the top of this webpage as Channel 9′s Dave Faherty got an up-close, in-depth look at the safety precautions, and even spoke with teachers and kids about them.
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