No school doesn’t mean no homework


Intervention Specialist Kayla Keaton, of Sidney, hands-off school supplies and hard copies of lessons at Longfellow Primary School on Tuesday, April 7. Parents could drive through and pick-up their kids work and the supplies. A rack of lost and found clothing was also put out. Schools have take a number of steps to make sure kids continue to learn during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Intervention Specialist Kayla Keaton, of Sidney, hands-off school supplies and hard copies of lessons at Longfellow Primary School on Tuesday, April 7. Parents could drive through and pick-up their kids work and the supplies. A rack of lost and found clothing was also put out. Schools have take a number of steps to make sure kids continue to learn during the COVID-19 lockdown.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

No school doesn’t mean no homework

Intervention Specialist Kayla Keaton, of Sidney, hands-off school supplies and hard copies of lessons at Longfellow Primary School on Tuesday, April 7. Parents could drive through and pick-up their kids work and the supplies. A rack of lost and found clothing was also put out. Schools have take a number of steps to make sure kids continue to learn during the COVID-19 lockdown.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/04/web1_SDN040820HomeworkVirus.jpgIntervention Specialist Kayla Keaton, of Sidney, hands-off school supplies and hard copies of lessons at Longfellow Primary School on Tuesday, April 7. Parents could drive through and pick-up their kids work and the supplies. A rack of lost and found clothing was also put out. Schools have take a number of steps to make sure kids continue to learn during the COVID-19 lockdown. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News