In a letter sent to families and staff Sunday, Southington Schools Superintendent Timothy Connellan confirmed that a member of the school community at Southington High School tested positive for COVID-19.
For a lot of students, many haven’t been inside a classroom since March. For those who are returning to school amid the pandemic, it will look a lot different than they left it.
It’s the question that’s on the mind of many parents and educators in Connecticut. How do we send our kids back to school, and do so safely for everyone involved? And like most questions of that nature, it’s a question that raises as many more questions as it answers.