EPPING — One grade of Epping’s elementary students returned to remote learning last week, after two staff members and three students tested positive for COVID-19.”It was a challenging week,” said SAU 14 Superintendent Bill Furbush.All three schools in SAU 14 opened Sept. 9 with in-person learning and a remote option. Nearly 90% of students chose the in-person option, which Furbush called a “vote of confidence” in the staff and administration.”The […]

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