Trends In Education
quired for the entire 2020-2021 academic year — for students
and staff, on buses, and in classrooms and hallways.
“Students have done a tremendous job,” Miller says.
“When you set the tone, students live up to expectations.”
From the first day, she says, their new protocols turned out
well. “Students understand that to stay on campus, they must
follow the guidelines.”
Although some critics assumed it would be difficult to keep
the youngest students compliant, Moore says elementary
schools have been more manageable than high school.
“Older students are not only more susceptible to COVID, >>
INDIAN RIVER SCHOOL DISTRICT
Special sanitizing equipment for buses and other school surfaces helps
prevent the spread of COVID-19.
ST. LUCIE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
Bus drivers and other district employees have gone above and beyond to
provide as normal a school experience for local students as possible.
“My time at SES taught me to be
tough, analytical and appreciative of
family and friends. Our SES teachers
gave us the tools to overcome and even
excel, regardless of external forces.
The School helped us uncover answers
to questions that hadn’t yet been
asked. What better education
could anyone receive?”
- Dr. Stana Ilcus ‘83,
Commander of the 71st Medical Group,
Vance Air Force Base