Organization Tips From a Junior

Julia Owens, Staff Writer
April 13, 2021

Staying organized in high school can be hard no matter what the situation is, but with COVID-19 it is even more difficult. There are a few things that have helped me like planners, making routines, and using a combination of multiple techniques to find out what works for me.  Every year for Christmas or New Years I buy myself a new planner (Link to the planner I use). Planners can seem intimidating...

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Pros and cons of Hybrid Learning

Graham Haynie, Staff Writer
April 13, 2021

With vaccines rolling out and more and more people being vaccinated every day, things in the world are slowly beginning to feel normal again, with businesses and restaurants reopening, people can finally go back out and socialize, with a mask of course. Then there comes hybrid learning. With students so used to working from home, many wonder what the difference will be, with returning to school, just...

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DIY: No-Sew Face Mask in Under One Hour

Zoey Nichols, Staff Writer
April 13, 2021

Masks are the new fashion statement, with establishments and schools in Anne Arundel County requiring a mask to enter.  Why not create your own? Supplies: Medium weight fabric Scissors Fabric Glue Optional: Fabric paint to decorate Cut out a rectangle of fabric (16 x 8.5 inches for an adult face mask, 14 x 6.5 inches for a child’s mask) Cut two rectangles of fabric 18...

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