Even though school is closed, on a given day there are about a dozen cars lined up in the parking lot of Sanderson Academy in Ashfield with people using the school’s WiFi.
Natalie Szewczyk is one of them. The 18-year-old has turned her Toyota Corolla into a mobile work station.
“I stay in my driver’s seat. I push my seat all the way back,” she explained. “And then I prop my Chromebook on the steering wheel with my work on the passenger seat.”
Her sister, who is in 10th grade, usually takes the back seat.