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Fresh-air education as Northwood School begins classes

Marcy Fagan, director of Northwood School’s LEAP Program and Science Department chair, teaches her students outdoors. Students Turner Jackson and Owen Maiore are seen in the background. (Provided photo — Michael Aldridge, Northwood School)
Marcy Fagan, director of Northwood School’s LEAP Program and Science Department chair, teaches her ninth and tenth-grade students about ecology during an outdoor biology class at the Bartell Family Legacy Pavilion on campus on Monday. (Provided photo — Michael Aldridge, Northwood School)
Northwood School students Adeline Swanson, Caroline Purcell, Turner Jackson and Owen Maiore are seen during an outdoor biology class on Monday. (Provided photo — Michael Aldridge, Northwood School)
Northwood School students walk outside for class. (Provided photo — Michael Aldridge, Northwood School)
Northwood School students Sheldon Cassidy and Bill Zonnon are pictured here during an outdoor biology class on Monday. (Provided photo — Michael Aldridge, Northwood School)

LAKE PLACID — Monday was Northwood School’s first day for in-person classes after an initial remote start to the semester last Thursday.

All of the school’s students, faculty and staff have tested negative for COVID-19, and the school has completed its 14-day quarantine period that included pre-arrival testing and multiple subsequent rounds of testing, according to Northwood School Director of Marketing Darcy Norfolk.

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