(Editor’s note: One in an occasional series following several Milton families as they cope with schooling and life during COVID-19)

Third grader Gabby Levash was upbeat on a recent sunny afternoon as she walked up the steps to her family’s home on Brush HIll Road. 

The reason was she had made it through the first day of MCAS testing and it wasn’t so bad, except maybe for the fact that they couldn’t bring a snack in to eat at their desks because of COVID-19 restrictions.

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