High schoolers head back to campus

Julie Reichle

Asst. Principal Irma Munoz checks in 10th grade students

Today was the first day of in-person school in a year for many 9th and 10th graders at Piedmont High School. Alameda County officially entered the Red Tier last week, triggering the switch to a hybrid model of learning. Grades 11 – 12 will return next week.

Piedmont Middle school also started phasing in 7th and 8th graders this week.

(Photos by Julie Reichle unless otherwise noted.)

Principal Adam Littlefield and para-educator Carole Frascati staff one of the check-in stations.
Asst. Principal Erin Igo helps a student find her class.

Piedmont Middle School prepared to welcome groups of seventh and eighth graders back on campus. The sixth graders returned at the end of February.

(PMS photos courtesy of Cori Kau)

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