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Morning school supplies

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This is the small pile of supplies that we use daily at Union Elementary School when we are getting…

Morrisville Community Band

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Socially distanced players providing weekly outdoor band concert at Peoples Academy. Only community…

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Musicians Practice Outside

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Because it is too dangerous to play wind instruments inside, this ensemble was practicing on the…

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Need a Mask? Take one!

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The home-made cloth mask is an iconic symbol of the pandemic response in Vermont. As of May 31, I…

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No Mask, No Problem

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Not all Vermonters supported the governor's mandatory mask order. This sign appeared on the door of…

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No more dinner guests

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Repurposed dinning room turned mask sewing center. Since we couldn’t entertain due to quarantine…

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Outside Twinfield Waiting for Students to Arrive on the First Day

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On the first day of school many parents decided to drop their kids off rather than have them ride…

Parents Shout Down Pediatrician

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"During the public comment period for the Franklin Northeast Supervisory Union’s board meeting last…

Pavilion Building, Facial Covering Required

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This sign was posted on the front door of the Pavilion Building, a state office building in…

Photography class with masks on a field trip

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My photography 9-10 class from Twinfield, went to Martin bridge in Plainfield and this was our 6 ft…

Protests during pandemic

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Top photo: Tabitha Moore of the Rutland Area NAACP speaks to several hundred demonstrators gathered…

Public Health Masking Encouragement, South Strafford, Vermont

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Late May 2020 in 'downtown' South Strafford, Vermont; posting across the road from Coburn's General…