Nearly 1 million New York City students headed back to the classroom Monday morning — but the first day of school hit a snag when the city Department of Education’s health screening website crashed.
The screening on the website, which teachers and students are required to complete each day before entering the building, refused to load, or crawled for some, before the first bell. It was back up just before 9 a.m.
“The DOE Health Screening tool is back online. Our apologies for the short period it was down this morning. If you are having issues accessing the online tool, please use a paper form or inform school staff
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