Iliana Carrillo is used to attending in school under not-so-normal circumstances.
Prior to starting high school in Spain, she attended a school where she was the only student who couldn’t speak Spanish.
Then, during her freshman year in the same country, she spent four hours on a bus each day just to be able to attend an American school.
So, when the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March, bringing this school year to a halt, it was just one more roadblock to normalcy for Carrillo when it came to school. The last two months of the school year were done online, something else she was accustomed to because she did virtual school for three months as a seventh grader.
Read the full article in the May 28 issue of Navarre Press.