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No time off for Lynn students during COVID-19 closures

Aborn Elementary School attaches homework to their home website after Lynn Public Schools expects its students to access online resources amidst the COVID-19 outbreak. (Olivia Falcigno)
LYNN — Public school closures in Lynn don’t mean time off for students as they are expected to complete resources that are available online to continue their education.  Although some students may not have computers, Superintendent Dr. Patrick Tutwiler is confident the majority of families will be able to access the educational activities.  The city’s…

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