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Despite having only one remote Wednesday this month, teachers have adapted different systems to manage their own kids who are also learning remotely. The constant schedule changes have forced teachers to rapidly make changes to their childcare—often without warning.

Constant schedule changes force teachers to abruptly adapt

Mishael Gill ’23 , Paper Sports Editor March 27, 2021

Due to the PSAT and SAT testing that took place this month, March’s schedule has had a  unique structure that eliminated most remote Wednesdays. This is not uncommon—the school schedule has varied...

Remi Levitt ’21 used Staples’ period of remote learning to give back to Moroccan children in the village of Atlas Kinder.

Levitt connects Americans to Moroccan culture, youth through volunteering

Lea Rivel '22, Web Arts Editor December 21, 2020

Although COVID-19 has negatively changed daily life, many students have used the effects of this pandemic to benefit the people around them. In the case of Remi Levitt ’21, she  used Staples’ period...

Email sent by Superintendent Dr. Thomas Scarice outlined a remote plan for the upcoming weeks.

Staff, students learning remotely until after Thanksgiving break

Prasaus Yeager ’22, Opinions Editor November 14, 2020

Westport students and staff will be learning remotely until after the Thanksgiving break due to an increase in the number of staff and students quarantining. The decision comes after students were fully...

Students compare this years online school to last years: which is more effective

Samantha Felner '22 and Betti Kobak '22 October 13, 2020

https://soundcloud.com/samantha-felner/students-compare-this-years-online-school-to-last-years-which-is-more-effective

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