By Bekah McNeel
August 12, 2020
Heading back to school in San Antonio this month is full of unknowns.
The pandemic is raging. Remote learning is glitchy. In-person learning, if and when it happens, is subject to layers of safety protocols as inevitable outbreaks loom.
It’s hard to imagine adding one more variable to the “new normal” — unless you are opening a new school. In the middle of a pandemic.
That’s what principals Wendy Fuller, Alicia Craig and Joanna Klekowicz will be doing come Monday, Aug. 17. Their three schools will virtually open Monday for the first time, logging on to welcome students they have never met face-to-face.