14. LOTS of Tape.
Since it’s @npspanthers first day of school, here’s some photos of what high school students will see today. LOTS of tape.
Students coming early sit & wait at the tables to social distance. Hallways are marked to limit crowds. Even some roundabouts were put in congested areas. pic.twitter.com/vEpor2ddfK
— Lauren Wagner (@LaurenWReports) August 13, 2020
15. Even entering the building looks different this year.
Practicing how to enter the building. Really want to avoid crowded hallways. Glad we got to see how it would work out with social distancing. School TEAMS really have to be conscious of ever little detail. pic.twitter.com/RL6n4V7Svn
— John Hamilton (@JHamiltonEDU) August 13, 2020
16. Classrooms with just 6 desks.
One of my classrooms can only hold 6 desks while social distancing.
How in the world can parents willingly with full conscience and “of sound mind” think this is safe for your children.
This classroom typically has 20-25 students in it.
My daughter will be 💯 distance learnin pic.twitter.com/GkkUMBHnHE
— Just keep swimming! Just keep swimming! (@kniggej) August 4, 2020
17. Expectation vs. reality.
Today, I helped my wife hang some stuff in her classroom. Her school is opening on 8/17. I put the yard stick (it’s actually a “meter stick”) on the desks to show how far apart they are. Spoiler alert: that’s not six feet. pic.twitter.com/bsJx1b3JrV
— Spurgeon Hendrick (@OTD_Colonel) August 4, 2020
18. Navigating the impossible: 6 feet apart.
Spent 2 hours in my classroom today trying to figure out how to configure my desks. I landed on 2 feet. 2 FEET.
Photo 1: What 2 m between desks would look like…
Photo 2: What a classroom with 25 desks ACTUALLY looks like… #abed pic.twitter.com/Lmz5g8WqNk
— Alexandra Dennis (@mrsadennis) August 4, 2020
19. Eating lunch in isolation.
Whether they ate in their classroom or the cafeteria, our youngest Wolves acclimated to the new meal protocols quickly! pic.twitter.com/7pYf0os0Zm
— Buford City Schools (@BufordSchoolsGA) August 14, 2020
20. Cardboard high-fives.
I taught face to face summer school. We stayed connected emotionally through the use of #cardboardhighfives. This is safe way to build relationships with my students in a #socialdistancingclassroom. #ReopeningSchoolsSafely #teachertwitter #edutwitter #backtoschoolsafely pic.twitter.com/eOc0pljf4r
— Cardboard High-Five Teacher (@M_P_Clark11) August 17, 2020
21. All the masks.
I ❤️ this mask! A mask like this allows me to show expression & smile when working with my students! So happy to be back in the classroom practicing safe social distancing! #basdproud @BethlehemAreaSD @WilliamPennES pic.twitter.com/nOBbHQOPE3
— Lindsey Joseph (@missjosephwpe) August 13, 2020
22. Make-shift classrooms + personal floor space.
Hybrid teaching going mobile. 1st grade classrooms knocking it out the first full day! #classroom2020, @MCScommunicates, #notborntofollow pic.twitter.com/rIJcD4f3b4
— OverallCreek.STEAM (@OverallCreek) August 13, 2020