Going back to school may look a little untraditional this year, but that has not stopped Orange County students, staff, teachers and families from making the best of these still uncertain times.
Although most of Orange County’s nearly 500,000 students did not return to their physical campuses for the start of the 2020-21 school year, families and district staff took to social media like never before to chronicle what the first days of distance learning looked like in their homes and on their campuses.
Here is a sample of social media posts from schools across Orange County.
— Cerro Villa MS (@CerroVillaOUSD) August 22, 2020
— Newport-Mesa USD (@nmusd) August 31, 2020
Vickie is ready to log on for her first day of kindergarten! Are you ready too? pic.twitter.com/seJctfiUzD
— Monte Vista Elementary School SAUSD (@MonteVistaSAUSD) August 17, 2020
Welcome Back Mustangs! pic.twitter.com/rbaRSxtmDg
— Schroeder Mustangs (@SchroederWSD) August 30, 2020
— Lincoln_SAUSD (@Lincoln_SAUSD) August 31, 2020
Mrs Vuong’s 2nd grade class is moving this morning! Started off with a great SEL lesson. Great job #scholars! #SoaringEagles #WeaareGuinners #AmazingAESD @AnaheimElem @DrCarlosFPerez1 @Jessica41545169 pic.twitter.com/Xj1AcUy8ql
— James Guinn Elementary School (@Guinn_AESD) August 17, 2020
— FVHS PE (@FvhsPe) August 31, 2020
— ImperialMiddleSchool (@IMS_Knights) August 26, 2020