A Roseville teenager started high school this year, but instead of walking the halls of a new school and meeting new classmates, he was in his home and learning from afar. Due to the novel coronavirus outbreak and the resulting public health orders, schools have to take extra precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. For Triston Timmons, that means his high school years started with distance learning. His parents said distance learning in the fall was a vast improvement to how it unfolded in the spring. Triston fell behind in classes in spring because he was struggling with distance learning. With the new school and near approach, Triston is more successful in class. Get the full story in the video above. KCRA 3 is following four families on their journey with distance learning throughout the school year. Each family has a unique dynamic, struggles and learning strategy.