This year our campus has had less substitute teachers available to cover classes.
As Spanish teacher Kristie Vick starts her zoom class, she begins to put students into break out rooms, and she thinks back to the interactive classroom she had pre-pandemic and brainstorms new ways to still make this a great year.
In a usual year, sophomore Carson Pierdolla would spend his Halloween night at his front door passing out candy to kids in colorful costumes. But this year is different because Coronavirus has changed how Halloween will look.
Even though the school year has already started, students are still able to pick up their textbooks.