Kim Harris Managing Editor After months of speculation as to what school reopening would look like at the start of the 2020-2021 school year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released its guidelines focusing mainly on social distancing, recently.  The guidelines, which included desks at least 6 feet apart and facing the same direction, lunch in classrooms, staggered arrival times, cloth masks for staff and daily temperature screenings for everyone, were part of a 60-page document posted to the CDC website the weekend of May 16. In addition to social distancing in the schools, the guidance also advised that buses leave every other row empty, add bars, add sneeze guards and said child care centers should limit sharing of art supplies. “Schools can determine, in
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