School Superintendent Dr. Laurie Hunter spoke to Rotary's Zoom meeting May 28, outlining the many challenges and evolving solutions presented to students, teachers and parents by the Pandemic. Beginning with the March closing of the schools, academic  focus was on enrichment and review. By May, online teaching included classes twice a week per course for high school students, once a week per course for Middle School students and twice a week for Elementary students, with a goal of three hours of instruction per day for students. The State put out standards which Concord easily met. The schools distributed food to families and institutions. The high school honored graduating seniors by delivering a yard sign to every student via a decorated school bus that went as far as Boston for Metco graduates. There are plans for a modified in-person graduation in July in the football field. Hunter overviewed evolving plans for a possible reopening in the fall, with work being done by task forces comprised of  broad community representation. Dr.  Hunter will give us an update in the coming months.