Virtual Thanksgiving

Sydney Herz, Editor-in-Chief
November 19, 2020

There’s no question that the holiday season wouldn’t look like years in the past due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. However, with cases on the rise and rumors of another lockdown, Thanksgiving has been altered even further than just simply wearing a mask and social distancing. Some states like California have put rules in place for individual family gatherings for the holidays such as keeping...

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An Inside Look on Hybrid Learning

Sophie Krejci, Editor-in-Chief
November 15, 2020

Alison Keffer is a third grade school teacher at Episcopal Academy (EA) in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania. Before schools opened in the fall, Episcopal decided they would do hybrid learning for their students. However, Epsicopal left the option for students to be fully online, leaving teachers to create a lesson for in-campus and virtual students at the same time. “Only a small percentage of families...

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Headline: Managing School and a Job

Bella Boettinger, Staff Writer
November 13, 2020

The year 2020 has been nothing short of unpredicatable, employment rates have decreased and school has become virtual due to the coronavirus pandemic. But all of these unfortunate events haven’t stopped Severna Park High School students from managing school and work at the same time. “I have worked at Homestead Gardens for a couple of years and I really like it. It’s nice being able to make extra...

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The Talon

The Student News Site of Severna Park High School
The Student News Site of Severna Park High School