In the past month, we have seen so much of life as we know it change. It changed minute-by-minute, hour-by-hour, day-to-day. The streets were quieter, shops and restaurants were darker and people in some areas were a little more scarce. Some people worked from home, some were laid off or furloughed for an undetermined amount of time.

With the closing of campuses, teachers quickly adjusted to a new way of educating their students through virtual classrooms. Homes turned into schools, and parents transformed into teachers’ aides, assisting their new students, helping them through the transition.

Felicia Frazar is the managing editor of the Seguin Gazette. Her column runs every other week. You can e-mail her at .

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