By: Katie Jenkins, Junior According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty of Animals (ASPCA), about 44% of all American households own dogs, and an overall estimated 78 million dogs are owned in the US. This seems like a lot of dogs, and it is, yet there are still about 70 million homeless…
While it has been shown that children don’t transmit the virus at the same rate as adults, they can still spread it. By vaccinating kids all the people they come in contact with will be protected, including parents, grandparents, teachers, coaches, and any other adults children may be around.
While satisfaction varied, my peers consistently mentioned a lack of consistency in communication and between the plans of individual classes. According to student testimony, MHS does not have a standardized education plan for students under quarantine.
What happens when we are not seeing anybody? Perhaps this is an opportunity to get dressed and look nice for ourselves. We deserve to feel special at any time, on any day, under any circumstance.
“The schedule has changed back and forth between hybrid and remote often so it can be very taxing to constantly adjust your schedule every week… it’s difficult when students are consistently unsure about what their weekly plan is going to look like.”
Lists and lists of things to do can crowd out any room left for decompressing, and it is easy to get lost in this hustle. This is action, but action without thought is, dare I say, meaningless.
As we consider which route we’ll take, we think about both the safety and efficiency of the outcome. After interviewing a few students at MHS, I got a bit of an insight into what students experienced with both remote and hybrid learning would like to experience.
Saylor Caruso expressed her feelings toward the season saying, “Well, it’s going to look different this year. I’m excited for the season to begin and look forward to competing along with my teammates.”
The race for a vaccine is over. In the past month, successful phase 3 trials of three different COVID vaccines have been announced, prompting relief and excitement. Here are some answers to questions you may have related to COVID vaccine news: