COVID protocols might have changed how school looks, local administrators say, but it didn’t change what school means.
Three Cincinnati schools changed their athletic branding and mascots to promote inclusion and diversity among students, staff, and fans.
Increased awareness of student mental health and proactive interventions in school became a silver lining of the pandemic.
A break from the traditional path to college gives students a new way of thinking about the world and an opportunity to enrich their lives.
Outside activities were a vital key to help kids feel normal, calm, and happy, even without the usual in-person formats.
While virtual learning created obstacles socially and academically, it also set up schools for future success.
Opening a new school during a pandemic seems crazy, but for Community Montessori in Covington, the timing was perfect.
Taking a year off from school can pay dividends if you make sure your experience has just enough structure.