Alta-Aurelia sees quiet start to school year

Trying to get a new school year started with the uncertainty created by the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t an easy task, but Alta-Aurelia Supt. Bill Walters said the first weeks of class went off better than expected.
“We had a good plan in place and I knew our people were good and all-in on that plan,” Walters said on Thursday. “We knew there would be some hiccups, but it really did go better than I thought it would. The kids have been outstanding.”

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