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Students are learning Algebra 2 material from math teacher  Sarah Asmar. Because there are two vacancies in the math department, Asmar has been taking on larger class sizes. Ive never taught a class of 50 students [in just one period], but Im using it as a learning experience, Asmar said.

School works to manage staff shortages

Christy Thomas, Reporter
February 15, 2022
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COVID-19’s consequences on learning

COVID-19’s consequences on learning

Alexander Cha, Reporter
November 12, 2021
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Becky Bertrand pulls up her mask while teaching her English II class behind a desk shield.

“Vacc” to the future

Emma Short, Editor-in-chief
April 15, 2021
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A sign with information on COVID-19 vaccines is taped onto the door of CVS Pharmacy on Josey and Hebron. There are currently multiple eligible groups for the vaccination within four different phases: healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents, frontline essential workers, people over the age of 16 with pre-existing conditions and more.

Opinion: Fears surrounding the vaccine are harmful

Emma Short, Editor-in-chief
February 8, 2021
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A sign is weighted down next to the CVS drive-thru, dividing the lanes. COVID-19 testing is offered at CVS locations; scheduling an appointment is required prior to getting tested.

Multimedia: Vaccine Locations Map

Emma Short, Editor-in-chief
February 3, 2021
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Senior Anabel Sanchez stands outside the gym with her rifle. As one of the color guard captains, Sanchez has had to adapt to her role as a leader due to COVID. “It’s been difficult to adjust with covid rules, but just being around my team is what makes my experience better,” Sanchez said.

Keeping the flag flying

Ian Wright, Opinion editor
November 13, 2020
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Junior Audri Fleming poses in her handmade mask. Fleming has made a variety of masks for her and her family including both sunflowers themed and Halloween themed.

Mask up

Kate Knauff, News editor
October 27, 2020
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Senior Cinta Isom works on her art behind a plexiglass desk shield. She is on the Virtual Plus learning pathway and only attends school for second period.

Sick art

Hailey Dirks, Managing Editor
October 21, 2020
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