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Stories & Photos of Distance Learning: Sienna Many

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of stories and photos by Neshobe Elementary School students in reaction to their spring spent distance learning.
Sienna Many
 
What has changed for me is without a desk at school we had to come up with a new workspace. We split the dining room table in half. Half for eating, and half for schoolwork. It’s changed my daily routine. I have four subjects versus 12 in a normal school day. But I do like staying home because we have a lot of fun as a family but I can’t wait to get back to school.

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