Teachers deliver homework

With schools closed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), teachers from Midway Middle School delivered homework to students on buses Wednesday. Gov. Roy Cooper issued an executive order this past weekend to close schools in the wake of COVID-19. Teachers and district officials made plans to ensure students receive learning materials for at least the next two weeks. -
With schools closed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), teachers from Midway Middle School delivered homework to students on buses Wednesday. Gov. Roy Cooper issued an executive order this past weekend to close schools in the wake of COVID-19. Teachers and district officials made plans to ensure students receive learning materials for at least the next two weeks. -

With schools closed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), teachers from Midway Middle School delivered homework to students on buses Wednesday. Gov. Roy Cooper issued an executive order this past weekend to close schools in the wake of COVID-19. Teachers and district officials made plans to ensure students receive learning materials for at least the next two weeks.

With schools closed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), teachers from Midway Middle School delivered homework to students on buses Wednesday. Gov. Roy Cooper issued an executive order this past weekend to close schools in the wake of COVID-19. Teachers and district officials made plans to ensure students receive learning materials for at least the next two weeks.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/web1_Midway_1.jpgWith schools closed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), teachers from Midway Middle School delivered homework to students on buses Wednesday. Gov. Roy Cooper issued an executive order this past weekend to close schools in the wake of COVID-19. Teachers and district officials made plans to ensure students receive learning materials for at least the next two weeks.

With schools closed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), teachers from Midway Middle School delivered homework to students on buses Wednesday. Gov. Roy Cooper issued an executive order this past weekend to close schools in the wake of COVID-19. Teachers and district officials made plans to ensure students receive learning materials for at least the next two weeks.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/web1_Midway_2.jpgWith schools closed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), teachers from Midway Middle School delivered homework to students on buses Wednesday. Gov. Roy Cooper issued an executive order this past weekend to close schools in the wake of COVID-19. Teachers and district officials made plans to ensure students receive learning materials for at least the next two weeks.