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Though there are gaps, teachers say most students getting core concepts, picking up unexpected lessons

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COLOMA — There is no question the coronavirus pandemic has caused students to miss things in the classroom over the last year.

But several area teachers say that isn’t always a bad thing.

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Biology teacher Sara Glisson, right, chats with students Ava Genovese, left, and Bailey McVay at Coloma High School.

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Sara Glisson hands out papers during class. Masks, of course, are required for staff and students.

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