It’s safe to say there’s never been a new school year like this new school year, 2020-2021.

In March, when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Galveston County students experienced an extended spring break that turned into a months-long, unexpected shift to staying at home and learning virtually — by computer for students who had access to computers and internet access, and by picked-up handouts and worksheets for others.

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