Following a three-month closure due to COVID-19, Sunrise Middle School re-opened its campus today for a 20-day summer program for about 60 of its students.
All county health department guidelines are being followed. There are 12 students in each of five classes, and the groups may not mix. Students are wearing masks, staying six feet apart, and washing their hands frequently.
The students are working on a “Big Dream” project about their future careers and enjoying water play and other recreational activities after lunch.
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