After the Campbell County School District announced its reopening plan July 15, questions remained about what the school year would look like for stakeholders of all sorts — students, parents, teachers, administrators and anyone else connected to the district.

Those questions were answered last week as district schools completed their first week of the 2020-21 academic year, and they did so in person, in classrooms for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic caused the closure of schools in March. Nothing is considered set in stone just yet, but students and parents and teachers have a better idea now about what a profoundly different (or weird, as some would say) school year will look like.

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