I don't talk much about where I work, but the Solar Eclipse encompassed our entire day on Monday. Too much not to share! I teach at a primary school and our school system had arranged for all students in the district to have eclipse viewing glasses. The daily schedule was rearranged to allow students to have the afternoon free to rotate in and out of the building and view the eclipse safely.
The teachers were given snacks to mark the occasion.
Here is a coworker with the glasses arranged with a paper plate. For our young students, this was the best way to go.
Not to be outdone, I viewed the eclipse, in all of my teacher glory.
We even had some fun with a slotted spoon. The circles showed crescents during the eclipse.
Though we were close to the area of totality, we were still left with about 2% sunlight. Amazing how much light that is!