LEHI, Utah – A handful of students and teachers rallied for change one week before the Alpine School District is set to kick off the new school year with most students back in the classroom.
“I have never been a week away from school starting without having a clear picture for how my classroom is going to look like or how it’s going to function,” said Becky Jones, a mother and teacher in the Alpine School District.
“I love my students and more than anything,” Jones said. “I want to be able to assure the parents of those precious children that they’re safe at school.”
Jones’ incoming second-grade class has 26 students, 23 of whom will be back in the classroom. The parents of the remaining three chose the online learning option.
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