Back to School

Photos by Marlena Sloss/The Herald
Northeast Dubois Intermediate School fourth grade English language arts teacher Andrew Matheis distributes classroom materials Tuesday to prepare for the first day of school, which is today. To limit contact among students at the intermediate school this year, the students will stay in one classroom the whole day at distanced desks and teachers will move between classrooms to teach different subjects. Matheis said teachers will have to make adjustments as they go to adapt to their new setup. "We'll just have to go with the flow," he said.

 

Northeast Dubois Intermediate School fourth grade science and Indiana history teacher Christine Betz prepares textbooks.

 

Northeast Dubois Intermediate School fourth grade math teacher Angela Barker organizes classroom materials.

 

A temperature check screen is set up at the entrance to Northeast Dubois Intermediate School. Students will have their temperature checked daily upon entrance.



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