By Lily Altavena | Arizona Republic
Every Global Academy of Phoenix teacher wore a mask with the school’s logo on it — a lobo, or a wolf — and their name.
Educators manned several different stations down the stretch of road that usually serves as the pick-up and dropoff point for students on school days. But on Tuesday, the roadway was a drive-thru for parents to pick up school supplies.
At the end of the line, like a drive-thru restaurant, parents were handed a reusable plastic bag. In the bag was a tablet and a mix of other supplies you might see inside a classroom: Scissors, a pencil case, crayons, a ruler, a dry erase board, a canister of Play-Doh and more.