Pictured is a bench where students can drop off materials and scholarship applications. OBSERVER Photo by Brooke D’Agostino.

With all area school districts transitioning to alternative learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the shift in learning has caused a strain on the ability of the students to learn in their normal way.

It has also provided teachers at all levels with some difficulties in their abilities.

Teachers all over are forced to completely re-evaluate their standard methods.

“I’ve been teaching for over 20 years; all of those years have been done in a classroom,” said Cassadaga Valley teacher Tammy Rice. “Now I’m teaching from home, and I’m learning new things every day.”

Rice, who teaches both government and seventh grade social studies, has had

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