We know COVID-19 will impact your child’s school year. All month long, we’re asking questions—to help you prepare. Questions like how will they clean classrooms and keep the virus out? Whether your child is learning in the classroom or at home, you have some big choices to make, and a new normal to navigate. We’re here to help you with special reports in all of our newscasts and here on NBC15.com
Measuring the success in the classroom in this new Covid-era of education. NBC15 answers: What does this look like and how are students measuring up? This is part of NBC15’s special series: Class During Covid.
The Milton School District’s hybrid model allows for some students to attend in-person throughout the week, but the Band Director Jessica Westlund took some extra creative steps to keep music education alive even in the age of COVID-19.
To learn how to save lives, in-person classes can be a life saver for students. Madison College Paramedic Academy Student Heather Seeber said, "So much of what we do as paramedics is hands-on. It’s really hard if you’re doing a virtual IV. "