Only in Print: Teachers Gear Up for Return to Classroom

Kindergarten teacher Susan Serrano added pops of color to her classroom’s floor to help students understand the 6-foot social distancing within Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Sunset Park.

WINDSOR TERRACE — When it comes to personal health and safety, some teachers are making sure they are doing everything they possibly can to keep themselves and others safe while working.

Most diocesan instructors who teach junior-high subjects are now going to be rotating from classroom to classroom so
that the students can stay in one place and have their school essentials with them at all times.

Some teachers have purchased multi-shelved rolling carts to carry their teaching materials, books, paperwork, and laptops as an additional health and safety measure. The carts allow for less physical contact and help the teachers who are switching rooms to avoid touching the original teacher’s desk and supplies… 

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