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How Hughson mother, her 2 young daughters adapt to distance learning

KCRA Sacramento logo KCRA Sacramento 9/25/2020
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Families across Northern California have had to deal with the sudden changes in school due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Before the outbreak, Lily Hutsell’s current first-grade classroom wasn't a classroom at all, it was her sister Addison’s bedroom.

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Normally, Lily would be going to school at Lucas Elementary in Ceres, but both she and her preschool-aged sister have to go to school remotely.

The girls have different online curriculums, which also leads to different kinds of schedules.

Take a look at the video above to see how the two girls and their mom have learned to adapt to the new distance learning model.

KCRA 3 is following four families on their journey with distance learning throughout the school year. Each family has a unique dynamic, struggles and learning strategy.


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