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Where Friendship Happens When School Goes Online

By Kaylee Domzalski — June 14, 2021 2:00
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In the midst of a year of remote learning and social distancing, Portland senior Nate Bone had to prioritize who he could spend time with. Through the Cleveland High School cross country and track team, he found friendship in a group of teammates who carried him through his final year of school.

Kaylee Domzalski is a video producer for Education Week, telling meaningful stories that impact the field.
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