Windfall college students return to high school with out COVID-19 restrictions

PROVIDENCE — Town’s 22,000 college students returned to high school Monday, free from most of the COVID-19 restrictions that zapped the enjoyment out of studying for the primary two years of the pandemic. 

On the Younger Woods Elementary Faculty on Prairie Avenue, first-day jitters blended with jubilation as academics helped college students discover their academics on a playground marked with school room numbers painted inexperienced. 

Aliyana Perez, a precocious first-grader, consoled one other scholar clinging to his mom’s waist. 

“Be courageous. Be sturdy,” she instructed him. “My mother stated I couldn’t hug you due to COVID.” 

However the virus appeared to be within the rearview mirror for many households, as masks, social distancing and frequent testing are not a part of the college protocol. 

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Supt. Javier Montanez gives a pep talk to students at Woods Young Elementary School in Providence on Monday, the first day of school in the city.

Supt. Javier Montanez and state schooling Commissioner Angelica Infante-Inexperienced made the rounds of Windfall colleges Monday morning, giving pep talks to kids carrying backpacks the scale of pre-school college students. 

“Are you scared or excited?” Montanez requested one little woman. 

“I’m scared. No, I’m excited,” she stated. 

“Take into consideration this,” he stated. “You’re at all times writing a brand new web page of your story.” 

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