By Brian Gioiele

SHELTON — School staff have an extra layer of protection during the pandemic thanks to one local company.

Modern Plastics, under the guidance of its president, Bing Carbone, donated 650 plastic face mask shields to the school district late last month, days before students were to reenter the classroom for the first time in some six months.

“I met interim school Superintendent Dr. Beth Smith last year, and we formed a nice friendship,” said Carbone, who also sits on the Business Advisory Council for Shelton High. “I asked her if the Board of Education would like a donation of plastic face shields, asked her how many she would like and I personally delivered them that afternoon to her.”

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