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Beverly Sailers’ second grade class at Commerce Primary School settled into their new classroom routine as the Coronavirus pandemic continues. Each of the students now have their own cubical which have been sectioned off with PVC piping and thick plastic walls. Students started back to school on Friday, August 7. At this time, students will not gather in the lunchroom, instead meals will be brought into the classrooms. Ten percent of students at CPS are opting for online learning at this time.


Ashley and Sean Moon walked their sons, Tristan and Andrew Moon, into school. Tristan is in second grade and Andrew is in Pre-K at Commerce Primary School.


Walt Carlan is shown attending his first day of second grade in Debbie Bowles’ class at Commerce Primary School on Friday, August 7.


Mateo Casiano Velasco and Ryleigh Evans played with playdough on their first day of first grade in Rhonda Adams’ class at Commerce Primary School. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the classroom has been sectioned off with plastic shower curtains that hang from the ceiling to give each student their own safety space while they learn.


D.J. Tate attended his first day of first grade in Rhonda Adams’ class at Commerce Primary School on Friday, August 7.


Ann Surdyka made sure students got a healthy start back to school as she handed out breakfast to students on their way to class at Commerce Primary School.


Face shields were among students as they headed to their first day back to Commerce Primary School as the Coronavirus pandemic continues. Ten percent of the students have opted to continue online learning at this time.