“I think we’re going to come out on the other side had learning so much that we’ll use and carry on moving forward,” Freije said. Every day when a student arrives, their temperature is checked before walking into the building. Students also must wear masks during times they cannot socially distance. “Our ensembles, our gymnasiums are going to look very different,” Strahley “Although it will look different, it’s still going to be it’s still going to be teaching and learning as ever before.” “I really think that we are upping our game in technology and all of the training we had is hopefully going to improve student learning even more than what we were doing before,” Olbrys said. Whitney Freije, a 7th grade teacher, says she never thought she would have to teacher her students virtually, but the new way of learning has allowed the district to tackle the challenge. WINDSOR (WBNG) — Thursday was the first day of school for Windsor Central School District students. COVID-19 precautions are underway at the school. The school closed lockers and moved desks outside of classrooms so they can be socially-distant. For students not doing remote learning, Pre-K through 5th graders will be in-person Monday through Friday. 6th through 12th graders will be in-person every other day. On days students are not in class they will participate via Zoom. 7th and 8th grade teacher Stefanie Olbrys says these changes has given the district a new opportunity to grow. Windsor Middle School Principal Kevin Strahley says the school took the long tables out of the cafeterias and put in individual desks. For more information on Windsor’s reopening plans, check out their website.