For the first time in over a year, Healdsburg High School students returned to campus on April 5 for hybrid in-person learning.

On a cloudy morning at 8:15 a.m., students started arriving and entered at staggered times in order to have their temperature checked and to receive a yellow wristband, which marks that they've been through the health screening process. 

While some students seemed a bit sleepy, the overall mood was cheerful as art teacher Linus Lancaster played a bagpipe — his own annual back to school tradition — to welcome kids back to school.

Stable group A will attend school on Mondays and Thursdays while group B distance learns on those days. Stable group B will attend on Tuesdays and Fridays and all groups will do at home distance learning on Wednesdays.

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