Coronavirus News: Monday, May 11, 2020

Looming issue for schools: teachers with health issues who can't or won't go back (Chalkbeat)

As Europe reopens schools, relief comines with risk (The New York Times)

How schools will change when students return to classrooms (U.S. News)

Two parents, two jobs, two young kids: inside the chaos of family quarantine (The Washington Post)

Devastated school budgets and widening inequities: how the pandemic will impact schools (EdWeek)

Data lookup: Assess your district risk (EdWeek)

Springfield Public Schools, Sodexo serve half a million meals since schools closed in March (MassLive)

Hampden-Wilbraham considers distance learning, closure fallout (The Reminder)

Worcester schools to begin distributing Chromebooks to families on Friday (Worcester Telegram & Gazette)

Remote learning wears on parents, students, teachers in Worcester (NBC 10)

Senior pride alive and well in Wachusett Regional (The Landmark)

Winchedon wants input on graduation options for the class of 2020 (The Gardner News)

Remote learning especially hard on students with IEPs (Eagle Tribune)

Danvers expects tax losses due to coronavirus (Wicked Local Danvers)

Baffled Haverhill School Committee learns bus drivers could pick up trash while teachers face layoffs (WHAV)

Lynn's La Vida students adjust to online learning (The Item)

Saugus School Committee to provide rebates to preschool and kindergarten parents (The Item)

Remote learning also affects parents' mental health (Metrowest Daily News)

'A blow' to Brockton schools: hard won education funding at risk due to pandemic (The Enterprise)

Trucchi's supermarkets 'proud of' teen workers stepping up to work during pandemic (The Enterprise)

High school graduation plans still up in the air around Attleboro area (The Sun Chronicle)

New Bedford school nurses assist city with contact tracing (The Herald News)

Brisol Aggie churns out 200 face shields for hospital in a week (The Herald News)