Seguin ISD teachers step up in a time of challenges, finding ways to educate their students when everything changes daily.

Educators across the state — and in Seguin —were tossed a curveball and ended last year teaching their students remotely, then began a new school year faced with a mixture of educating students remotely and in-person.

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