Local schools getting millions in aid; here’s how they’ll spend it

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Local schools getting millions in aid; here’s how they’ll spend it

Federal relief is improving safety and fostering remote learning
Animas High School students Harper Jones, 16, left; Sage Robbins, 16, center; and Abby Hoff, 16; work Tuesday in class as a surgical-grade HEPA air cleaner runs in the classroom. The school bought 26 high-efficiency particulate air cleaners and 26 ultraviolet air sanitizers using federal money.
Animas High School students work in class Tuesday as a surgical-grade HEPA air cleaner runs in the classroom. The school bought 26 high-efficiency particulate air cleaners and 26 ultraviolet air sanitizers using federal money.
Animas High School math teacher Torrey Baldwin leads class Tuesday as a surgical-grade HEPA air cleaner runs in the classroom. The school bought 26 high-efficiency particulate air cleaners and 26 ultraviolet air sanitizers using federal money.

Local schools getting millions in aid; here’s how they’ll spend it

Animas High School students Harper Jones, 16, left; Sage Robbins, 16, center; and Abby Hoff, 16; work Tuesday in class as a surgical-grade HEPA air cleaner runs in the classroom. The school bought 26 high-efficiency particulate air cleaners and 26 ultraviolet air sanitizers using federal money.
Animas High School students work in class Tuesday as a surgical-grade HEPA air cleaner runs in the classroom. The school bought 26 high-efficiency particulate air cleaners and 26 ultraviolet air sanitizers using federal money.
Animas High School math teacher Torrey Baldwin leads class Tuesday as a surgical-grade HEPA air cleaner runs in the classroom. The school bought 26 high-efficiency particulate air cleaners and 26 ultraviolet air sanitizers using federal money.
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