As the 2020-2021 school year nears an end, many schools across the country have grappled with an unusual year.
Some students spent their year learning through a screen. Others sat at desks spaced six feet apart.
Most of these COVID-19 precautions won’t be missed, but this one that might be.
At noon on Friday at the Lac du Flambeau Youth Center, clusters of students bend over bowls of wild rice and pages of schoolwork.
“I come here and do everything I missed from the last week,” said Tristan Poupart, a tribal student at Lakeland Union High School