The streets of Bay Village were packed on Aug. 18 as the new school year began. Middle schoolers and high schoolers weaved their way on bicycles while traffic guards held up stop signs for the traffic.
Wolf Road traffic came to a halt just past the new library construction as buses and parents’ vehicles made the left turn into Bay Middle School. Traffic flowed in a simple start and stop through the high school’s three lanes as students leaped out and headed into the building.
Neighborhood corners were packed with first-time students heading off to Normandy Elementary, with some teary-eyed mothers watching them board the bus. All students returning to Bay Village schools had masks with them per the district's policy that everyone, regardless of vaccination status, must wear them while indoors.
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