Greenwich, CTMiddletown Press
'We need to remain flexible': Greenwich private schools draft tentative plans amid increasing COVID cases
GREENWICH — Thomas Philip had imagined a mask-less return to normalcy for the fall. In May and June, after an up-and-down school year amid COVID-19, it appeared that Connecticut was turning a corner. Cases, hospitalizations and deaths were low. Vaccines were being widely distributed. Businesses were operating without restrictions. And schools had ended the year on a triumphant note, with in-person graduations and end-of-year ceremonies.