With spring break done, it’s back to work for Kingston students but not back to school

“They can create teams for their classes, they can instruct live online,” said Kingston Superintendent Paul Padalino. “They can do video chats if they want to with up to 30 kids. We want to give them the leeway to do what they think is best. They know their students, and they know the best way they can interact with them . . .

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