With Loudoun County Public Schools returning to classes with 100 percent distance learning this year, teachers and other employees are tasked with the unique challenge of providing their students with top-notch education while connected by only a screen. Special education teacher Sylvia Glass, first grade teacher Amber Biggers and Head Start preschool teacher Lillie Field spoke with the Times-Mirror about their adaptation to the new learning environment, how they hope to bond with their students and what they miss most about being in the classroom.

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