Issue 7 – May 5, 2021


Teenagers now eligible for vaccine by Devon Yoder
16-year olds can now schedule vaccines; FDA approves 12- to 15-year olds too

Soon all teenagers will be eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine

Ball moves to district office edited from press release by Emmily McKinzie
After eight years, Kim Ball steps down as principal; Sarah Dorn will take over

Azteca club attempts a return to Sandy High by Keianah Weakland
The once popular hispanic culture club is making a comeback

Students welcomed back four days a week
A/B days will no longer be practice as access to classrooms expands


Drama department performs online play by Keianah Weakland
Three one-act plays make up the performance titled ‘Virtual Insanity’

Club Updates: Organizations stay active during hybrid
Clubs are still meeting and conducting activities and philanthropies

The live-action remake of “Mulan”, staring Yifei Liu had a controversial release last year

Disney moves from animation to live action by Devon Yoder
The animation giant is investing heavily in live-action remakes of some classics

Vaccinations can reap rewards by Emmily McKinzie
Businesses are offering ‘freebies’ and rewards for those who get vaccinated

Fall sports, like soccer, required wearing masks while competing.

OSAA change to mask rule is late but welcomed by Brooke Womack
It took a Summit athlete collapsing but the mask rule has finally been changed

Many colleges not requiring SATs or ACTs by Keianah Weakland
The standardized tests have been dropped by many colleges for entrance


Sports updates by Brooke Womack and Emmily McKinzie

Boys Track
Girls Track
Boys Tennis
Girls Tennis
Boys Golf
Girls Golf

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