Schools have been allowed to reopen for in-person instruction for three weeks now, yet most West Marin students remain at home, learning online. 

Parents say that virtual instruction is impacting their children’s mental health, and teachers agree that it is not ideal. But tasks must be completed before classrooms can open, and administrators are . . .

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