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Has administration been successful planning year end senior events?

Through discussions with students, Emma Dantas ’21 and Carly Kaplowitz ’21 examine whether or not the administration has effectively adapted senior's end of year events during the pandemic.

APO requires upholding honesty

Emma Dantas ’21, Staff writer March 11, 2021

At the beginning of each period, teachers must go through their class list and appropriately mark each student with the corresponding attendance codes. With 12 unique options to choose from, a commonly...

Is vacationing in a COVID world justified?

Senior tradition continues as internship deadline passes

Emma Dantas ’21 and Carly Kaplowitz ’21 February 5, 2021

New, fresh bachelor grabs attention of Bachelor Nation

Emma Dantas ’21 and Rebecca Kanfer ’21 January 15, 2021

Students evaluate Zoom and Hybrid Model

Emma Dantas ’21 and Carly Kaplowitz ’21 November 26, 2020

Level of teaching should maintain the same regardless if teachers work from home or from the comfort of their home.

Rejection of remote teaching proves misguided

Emma Dantas '21, Staff Writer November 10, 2020

The weekend of Oct. 17 I received an unsettling email from my math teacher. She informed us her son had been exposed to COVID-19 and had to quarantine for two weeks at home. Reading on, I learned she would...

Students are learning through a hybrid method this year. Last names a-k will go into school Monday and Tuesday and last names l-z will go into Thursday and Friday. The rest of the days are remote leaning and Wednesday is a half day where everyone is remote so the building can be cleaned between cohorts.

Remote vs in-person learning: which do students prefer?

Emma Dantas ’21 and Carly Kaplowitz ’21, Staff Writer and Associate Managing Editor October 21, 2020

Carly Kaplowitz · Remote Vs. In School

With the hybrid model, students spend three out of the five days a week learning from home. They meet with their classes only two to three times per week, so a focus has been placed on independent learning.

New learning style due to hybrid model prepares seniors for college

Emma Dantas '21, Staff Writer October 14, 2020

My social media pages are constantly filled with self-deprecating humor from the senior class about all the traditions we have to put our own spin on, given the devastating impacts of COVID.  With...

Emma Dantas ’21 and Carly Kaplowitz ’21 October 13, 2020

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