(David Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

(David Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Port Angeles students continuing education

PORT ANGELES — On a rainy Monday morning, Elizabeth Munro-Sanders, a seventh-grader at Stevens Middle School in Port Angeles, was one of many students who came to pick up a Chrome Book to continue their education at home using Google Classroom.

Handing her the device is Jennifer Sikes while Clare Wheeler looks on. Both are administrators at the school.

Also available were sack lunches for the students.

Stevens students have Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. to pick up their “school in a bag.”

Teachers also were there to retrieve musical instruments as students were not allowed back into the building.

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