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Some South Florida Schools Are Already Open. Take A Look Inside.

Joe Cavaretta
South Florida Sun Sentinel
Students study in English class on Wednesday at Renaissance Charter School at Wellington.

From the morning temperature checks to half-empty classrooms to the staggered dismissal, face-to-face learning looks a lot different these days in one South Florida school.

While most Palm Beach County schools will open their campuses Monday, Renaissance Charter School at Wellington got a head start, giving a preview of what parents might expect at schools opening in a pandemic — assuming everything goes as planned.

If Renaissance is any indication, students will have plenty of room to spread out. Parents of only 42% of the 556 students decided to go back to the school. The rest are learning virtually from the same teachers instructing kids in the classroom.

Read more at our news partner the South Florida Sun Sentinel.