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More than a hundred people gathered at the corner of McIntire Road and Preston Avenue to continue calls for justice.
Albemarle High School students call for justice at rally
As local school systems wrap up the 2019-20 school year and look ahead to the fall, officials are drawing on lessons learned from the past two…
KATHERINE KNOTT/THE DAILY PROGRESS A crowd of marchers briefly shut down the intersection at Preston Avenue and Harris Street in Charlottesvil…
“We told them to put on their pajamas, get in bed and get their stuffed animal,” said Garland, a kindergarten teacher at Cale Elementary. “They responded and it was just the cutest thing. It seriously brought tears to my eyes.”
“It makes it easier to adjust to being home all the time,” said fifth-grader Audrey Ishler. “I'm home but I'm still there in a way.”
Although construction funding is not certain for a long-awaited expansion of Crozet Elementary, the school division is moving forward on designing the $20.4 million project.
“I got to see my teacher, and it just made me really really sad. I'm not gonna get to ever see you again. No more art class and no more school at all. All that routine that I had known, it's like all gone.”
COVID-19 affects different communities in different ways.