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Tina Spiccioli teaches her students remotely from her kitchen table on Dec. 14. She was one of 797 students and staff members in quarantine that day due to being exposed to COVID-19 while at school. “I am always worried about someone getting sick and the uncertainty of never knowing when you will have to switch between in-person and online is very stressful. It is difficult to switch gears and I know it is hard on students and their families too,” she says. Photo by Laurel Smith

Tina Spiccioli teaches her students remotely from her kitchen table on Dec. 14. She was one of 797 students and staff members in quarantine that day due to being exposed to COVID-19 while at school. "I am always worried about someone getting sick and the uncertainty of never knowing when you will have to switch between in-person and online is very stressful. It is difficult to switch gears and I know it is hard on students and their families too," she says. Photo by Laurel Smith

Tina Spiccioli teaches her students remotely from her kitchen table on Dec. 14. She was one of 797 students and staff members in quarantine that day due to being exposed to COVID-19 while at school. “I am always worried about someone getting sick and the uncertainty of never knowing when you will have to switch between in-person and online is very stressful. It is difficult to switch gears and I know it is hard on students and their families too,” she says. Photo by Laurel Smith

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