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Some teachers don’t feel comfortable returning to in-person instruction, their futures uncertain

Three-year-old Haisley Holder, a student at Territorial Early Childhood Center in Chino Valley, sits in front of her laptop at home during the first day of school on Monday, Aug. 10, 2020. Chino Valley Unified School District opted to open the school year with at-home, online-only instruction due to concerns surrounding the coronavirus pandemic. At a special meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 13, the Chino Valley School Unified School District Governing Board voted to approve the return of full in-person instruction, beginning on Monday, Oct. 26. The decision drew an onslaught of mixed reactions from parents, teachers and staff members. (Erika Holder/Courtesy, file)

Three-year-old Haisley Holder, a student at Territorial Early Childhood Center in Chino Valley, sits in front of her laptop at home during the first day of school on Monday, Aug. 10, 2020. Chino Valley Unified School District opted to open the school year with at-home, online-only instruction due to concerns surrounding the coronavirus pandemic. At a special meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 13, the Chino Valley School Unified School District Governing Board voted to approve the return of full in-person instruction, beginning on Monday, Oct. 26. The decision drew an onslaught of mixed reactions from parents, teachers and staff members. (Erika Holder/Courtesy, file)

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