Photo Gallery: Wicomico schools resume some in-class learning
Bella Bradford, a 6th-Grade Pittsville band student, practices flute through a special band mask on the first day for in-person band classes at Pittsville Elementary and Middle.
Sanitation supplies are well-stocked and readily available in Mr. Distler’s 3rd-Grade classroom at Willards Elementary.
Willards Elementary Pre-Kindergarten student Levi Townsend shares in Ms. Spear’s class.
Pittsville Elementary and Middle bus riders approach the front of the school during morning arrival on Monday, the first day that students in grades 3-8 have been in the classrooms of Wicomico County Public Schools since March 13. Wicomico’s Pre-Kindergarten-Grade 2 students began hybrid in-school learning last week, and high school students start hybrid learning next week.
Pittsville Elementary and Middle art teacher Amy Gilland and her students, both in-person and online, work on Monday morning.
Pittsville Elementary and Middle students Paige Miller and Mason Bolles begin their first day of class in school in Mrs. Jones’s 5th-Grade classroom.
On Feb. 1, Wicomico County Public Schools' Pre-Kindergarten-Grade 2 students began hybrid in-school learning -- the first time they had been in classrooms since March. High school students started hybrid learning Feb. 8.