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While at first the idea of a “break” from school may have been intriguing and welcoming, most students, parents and staff agree on one common element-they miss their regular school routine. We are all social creatures; we enjoy seeing our friends and co-workers every day; we enjoy catching up or sharing our latest news. Sure, technology can be useful, but it doesn’t take the place of having a kindergarten pupil tell you about his new baby sister; it doesn’t take the place of designing, setting up, and attending your junior prom; it doesn’t take the place of one of your seniors sharing the exciting news that she just got accepted into the college of her dreams; it doesn’t take the place of sharing lunch and collaborative ideas with your co-workers. Despite the challenges, staff, students and parents are continuing to find unique ways to deliver and receive education. 

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