It’s not every day that you see a science teacher roaming the school hallways pushing a cart decorated with pink and blue streamers but for Briarcliff Middle School sixth grade science teacher Julie Gallagher, that cart is actually her office.
The COVID pandemic has not only changed the way students learn; it changed where they learn, as safety protocols call for them to stay in one classroom throughout the day.
Physical Education class is always a favorite of elementary school students because they get to play games and exercise. Now, there’s another reason to love it: while outdoors students can take a break from wearing their masks.
Flexibility. That will be the key to success for students and teachers this year. So says Briarcliff High School social studies teacher Laura Gulatiere.
Science teacher Carol Conti has been focusing on the ways to create the best learning environment for all of her students whether they are attending class in-person or remotely.
Teacher Leslie Newman and teaching assistant Janis DiBernardo were cheerful and easygoing as they welcomed kindergartners to orientation at Todd Elementary today.