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The video was taken at William Cullen Bryant High School on Thursday — the first day of in-person learning for middle school and high school students in New York City in nearly seven months.
“We’re off to a very, very rough start,” the teacher said. “My morale has dramatically decreased since I got here.”
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The teacher said more kids did show up online for remote learning.
“On a positive note, my babies are roaming the school and I get to see them for the first time in 6 months,” he wrote alongside the video.
Attendance did improve somewhat for his later classes when he had six out of eight, four out of 10, and three out of four turn up for subsequent periods.
Also in Queens, officials announced Thursday that The John F. Kennedy Jr. School in Elmhurst will close for two weeks after two staff members tested positive for COVID-19, becoming the first school in New York City to close due to a potential outbreak.
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The school will remain closed through October 13, according to a letter sent home to families on Wednesday.
The Department of Education said the staff members were in different classrooms and are not linked. The incident meets the protocols of 14-day switch to remote learning.
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