Teachers were in great spirits on a rainy Saturday morning
It has now been a month since students across Washington have been in classrooms, and like many schools across the country, students will not be returning for the remainder of the academic school year.
On a rainy Saturday morning, staff at Cornerstone Christian Academy in Vancouver, Wash. did their usual weekly handout of printed materials and supplies in their drive up lane normally used to pick up and drop off students.
This Saturday was bittersweet as teachers also delivered students’ classroom belongings in paper sacks.
We had a chance to talk to principal Mike Hoff about how Cornerstone’s focus on technology in the classroom prepared them jump right in to distance learning.