Coronavirus News: Monday, May 18, 2020

New CDC guidance offers few details for schools deciding how to reopen (Chalkbeat)

Glitches in online A.P. testing add to students' worries (The New York Times)

The pandemic is wrecking havoc on town finances with more pain to come (Boston Globe)

McCann Tech working to keep students connected (iBerkshires)

Palmer moms join together to surprise high school seniors (Western Mass News)

Meeting the challenge of providing special ed remotely (Greenfield Recorder)

Worcester high school graduates demand pomp and circumstance (Worcester Telegram & Gazette)

Massachusetts students starting online petitions to challenge graduation plans (MassLive)

Nashoba Regional now plans to try for July in person graduation (The Clinton Item)

Marlboro to hold multiple mini-graduations in June (Worcester Telegram & Gazette)

Haverhill mayor fears lack of school buses and drivers when schools reopen (Eagle Tribune)

Haverhill School Committee pans mayor's idea to keep bus drivers on for trash collection (WHAV)

Lynn schools to provide computers, internet for students (The Item)

This Woburn bus driver missed his students, so he paid them a visit (NBC 10)

Questioning schools' bid to save $2M, some in Cambridge ask if remote learning started well enough to count (Cambridge Day)

From drive-up ceremonies to postponements, Brockton-area high schools make graduation plans (The Enterprise)

Foxboro school officials prepare to deal with 'the new normal' (The Sun Chronicle)

Plainville faces big deficit, layoffs for FY21 (The Sun Chronicle)

Retooled: Diman adjusts to the challenge of learning trades online (Herald News)

Westport puts 100 school employees on furlough (South Coast Today)

Cape Cod high schools get creative with graduation options (Cape Cod Times)

Editorial: How well is remote learning going in Boston schools? We really don't know (Boston Globe)