The ARS Zavarian School of Detroit, Michigan, opened its first and second grade in the second half of the school year. Until then, the school had six students in third grade.
Since reopening on Saturday, October 3, classes have been online due to the existing health concerns. As the resumption of classes coincided with the Artsakh war, students discussed about this particular Armenian region as well as the struggle waged by its people and soldiers.
The school staff and students are looking forward to resuming face-to-face classes in spring, circumstances allowing.