Halls of confusion
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In spite of these difficulties, Kenn said that this was also a moment she and her colleagues could take pride in. “I have never been professionally prouder than to be among the teachers who, faced with the complete chaos and upheaval in facilities and relocation of students, composed themselves and reacted with professionalism, flexibility and compassion for each other and our students,” she said.
“I have my concerns about the implementation of this contingency plan,” said Adam Berlin, an eighth-grade social studies teacher at the middle school, adding that two separate first-grade classes are being taught simultaneously in the same classroom due to a lack of space. “Overall, we’ll have to wait and see how everything goes and make the best of a bad situation.”
Ann E. Friedman contributed to this story.