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Coral Shores Students Return, Ready to Learn!

School Offers Help to Students' Families

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Coral Shores High School students returned to school today, Monday, Sept. 25 after Hurricane Irma disrupted 13 school days.

The Monroe County School District is continuing to discuss how many of those days will need to be made up and when. Part of making up missed time will be early release days, which the district has changed to regular school days.

The school’s staff held a brief assembly this morning to address some of the questions students might have moving forward. Then they filled out a “Post-Hurricane Student Needs Assessment” that the school created Friday so that Coral Shores faculty and staff can help students’ families with whatever needs are able to serve, including the needs of residency, transportation, supplies and pets.

Counselors were also available all day in the school’s library.

Any Upper Keys family with post-hurricane needs or the ability to help/volunteer can visit, which was created by a Coral Shores teacher.

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Principal Blake Fry held an assembly this morning to talk about issues surrounding missed days.

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