Coronavirus News: Wednesday, May 13, 2020

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

Will schools be able to open in the fall? Fauci says the answer will be 'very different' across the country (Chalkbeat)

Schools struggle to afford meals for low-income students (Axios)

COVID-19 school closures may spur childhood obesity, experts warn (Washington Post)

With county fairs off, kids show their cows and sheep virtually (The New York Times)

Drop in reports of abuse and neglect concern state officials (NEPR)

Chicopee seniors participate in reverses parade (Western Mass News)

Chicopee high schools focus on coronavirus safety in graduation celebrations (MassLive)

A traditional, of a sort, graduation may happen for North Middlesex (Sentinel & Enterprise)

Lowell nurses on front lines of contact tracing (Lowell Sun)

Haverhill High announces dates of socially-distance class of 2020 activities (Eagle Tribune)

Lynn students will be graded on pre-coronavirus curve (The Item)

Pentucket Parent Alliance surprises seniors with parade (Newburyport News)

Amesbury senior debuts "2020: The Class in Quarantine" (Newburyport News)

Principal of Hanscom Middle School keeps doing daily announcements from his Lincoln home (Metrowest Daily News)

High school athletic directors still have their hands full during pandemic (Milford Daily News)

Wareham bus drivers, school nutrition staff get a raise after delivering 84,000 meals and counting (South Coast Today)

Massachusetts hospitals reporting cases of rare coronavirus complication in children (WBUR)