As Utah school districts continue to make plans about holding school during the pandemic, teachers are preparing to implement safety precautions.
“I thought, I’ll just start a GoFundMe and see if anybody wants to donate 25 bucks here and there to maybe buy some tables or some beanbags, or some wipeable, easy things that can be spread out so that we’re not so close,” Jenna Flood said.
Flood teaches Junior High French and U.S History classes in Utah County. Last week, she started an online fundraiser to pay for non-traditional seating options that will better allow for social distancing in her classroom. Her classes are typically large and she wants to help students feel more at ease as they return.
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