Students, teachers start new year of virtual learning
It's the first week of school for students at Sharyland ISD.
Normally, the halls of Romulo D. Martinez Elementary would be filled with students. As the coronavirus pandemic continues, though, students are starting the school year at home.
Sharyland ISD Superintendent Maria Vidaurri said her team has been preparing for what they're calling Remote Learning 2.0 for months.
The district's board of trustees approved almost $3.2 million for hotspots, cameras for teachers and one-to-one devices for students.
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