Story By: Sumaya Abdel-Motagaly
Image Courtesy of: Mary Wilkinson
The United States was hit with another large surge of COVID-19 in the weeks before and following winter break. Maryland was deemed a high risk state averaging about 10,000 cases per day (currently Maryland is averaging 2,700 cases per day) and it was astonishing that despite the high cases, HCPSS remained adamant about continuing in person learning.
Story By: Morgan Ryan & Sumaya Abdel-Motagaly
Photo Courtesy of: Canva
Empty desks. High absences. A packed health room. The cause, a virus. Ever since HCPSS schools opened on August 30th, students, staff, and parents have been adjusting and making themselves aware of the new COVID-19 regulations.
As Atholton’s seniors prepare for college and future success after graduation, they reflect on their experiences during high school and the college admissions process.
Story by: Ryen Eley
Photo Courtesy of: @hcpss_ahs on Twitter
Caroline Perret Staff Reporter 23 April 2021 The Be the Change club was able to have a very successful start during the coronavirus pandemic–that is until February 18, when their sponsor broke the news. Work […]
The picture shows what a typical Frederick County Model United Nations Conference looks like, but students had a much different experience this year due to the pandemic.
Story by: Ryen Eley
Photo Courtesy of: http://fcpsmun.weebly.com/model-un-2020-pictures.html
Thalia Shoemaker Staff Reporter March 15, 2021 After a very long wait with the cancelation of two sports seasons since the COVID-19 pandemic began, high school fall sports are finally starting again. As COVID-19 continues […]
Principal’s Advisory Committee plans tutoring, online assembly and student immersion alongside recounting the food drive and office hours. Image courtesy of Nikki Farnham, displaying school spirit pre-COVID at Atholton.
Story by: Mia Hargrett
Photo by: Mia Hargrett
The excitement and tension in the air are palpable. You can smell the sweat and see the determination on the players’ faces as the clock winds down. When the buzzer finally goes off, the fans go crazy, shouting and stomping on the bleachers to celebrate their team’s win. That was last year. This year, everything has changed.