Issue 5 – March 3, 2021

Grade schools begin hybrid learning by Keianah Weakland
Kindergarten through 3rd grade is back, upper grades to follow

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Photo courtesy Julia Monteith OTSD Office


Distance learning approaches year anniversary by Devon Yoder
What started as an extra week for spring break 2020 has turned into a year-long ordeal


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SHS athletes travel with club volleyball team by Brooke Womack
Five SHS athletes made the trip to South Carolina for a tournament despite the pandemic

Middle College informational Zoom meeting on March 3 by Keianah Weakland
The program offers a way to earn associate’s degree and high school diploma simultaneously


Students should think before taking the tattoo plunge by Emmily McKinzie
Getting a tattoo is a right of passage on the 18th birthday for some, but caution is advised

Many students want to break up with Breakout Rooms by Brooke Womack
The Google Meet activity has noble intentions but is often a den of silence

‘Bridgerton’ pushes boundaries of TV ratings by Emmily McKinzie
The Netflix series is rated TV-MR but is accessible to many underage viewers


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Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany star in “WandaVision” on Disney+

‘WandaVision’ is a marvel by Marvel by Devon Yoder
The series now on Disney+ cleverly uses old sitcoms as settings

Digital Media Club produces biweekly Piocasts by Keianah Weakland
The dedicated group of students takes three weeks to produce one episode of the podcast

Donut options are endless in Portland area by Emmily McKinzie
Everybody seems to have a favorite, from Joe’s to VooDoo

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