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Teachers, parents and students continue to work together during this time of “new normal” learning. For some, that might mean incorporating biology and farm/ranch management as they work to take care of their new calves; for others, that means studying the genetic lines of their bulls as they prepare for their family’s annual bull sale. For others, discovering a new “copycat” recipe means honing their skills in math, science, and basic English skills. Oftentimes, the entire family gets together to work on art projects or practice their beginning construction skills as they play with their Lincoln logs. No matter what, life goes on and we all keep learning new skills and new techniques. Thanks to all those parents and teachers who have submitted photos of how we are all adapting to these new times.

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