Carlsbad teacher recounts first two weeks of distance learning

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Jamie Orlando teaches second grade at Carrillo Elementary School, and has been doing online learning for two weeks.

The coronavirus pandemic forced schools nationwide to shut down during the last term in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Spring semesters were primarily held behind the screen, and schools helped students obtain tools like laptops and Wi-Fi hot spots to participate in the online curriculum.

Jamie Orlando is 2nd grade teacher at Carrillo Elementary School in Carlsbad and joined Good Morning San Diego to discuss the start of school in her classroom.

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