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Back at school | Pandemic continues, but life goes on at Wenatchee and Eastmont highs

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Juan Cruz fits into a small enclosure with his sousaphone during band practice at Wenatchee High School Tuesday.

WENATCHEE — You can’t see them smiling beneath the masks, but students at Wenatchee and Eastmont high schools are glad to be back in school, even if it’s only part-time.

Eastmont high students have been back since Jan. 25 and Wenatchee high students since Jan. 26, each on a different hybrid schedule.

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Eastmont High School students get a lunch break — with up to three to a table. Kaylee Baker, left, and Kayli Hartman enjoy their time together Monday.

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Doors to the Wenatchee High School gymnasium are left open Tuesday for ventilation during physical education class.

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Signs at Wenatchee High School encourage students to keep their masks on and stay safe from COVID-19.

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Mayalani Ayon and Ivan Alarez take an algebra quiz during class at Wenatchee High School on Tuesday. Masks are worn throughout the school day.

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