Future uncertain after Coronavirus passes

Cheyenna PrattYearbook Staff The aftermath of the coronavirus could potentially change the way people go about their regular day to day lives. The processes and safety precautions that are taking place around the world could potentially carry on even when the virus is no longer a threat. Having an emergency supply of toilet paper andContinue reading “Future uncertain after Coronavirus passes”

Seniors look on the bright side of their premature end to high school

Amora CasadosYearbook Staff This COVID-19 pandemic has been especially hard for high school seniors. They watched as most of their high school milestones were ripped from underneath them. As it was no one’s fault, everyone has been dealing with this rough time in a different way.  “I mean it sucks that we aren’t able toContinue reading “Seniors look on the bright side of their premature end to high school”

Students get together while staying apart

Noah PerryFeature Editor Two months ago no one would imagine this is how they would be spending their days. For the most part, our days consist of sleeping, eating, and relaxing. At least now students have online school which keeps a majority of students occupied with work to do.  With the absence of social interactionContinue reading “Students get together while staying apart”

Pandemic offers a history lesson

Rebekah HarrellStaff Writer Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have been comparing it to the influenza pandemic of 1918. A little research reveals that some problems the world experienced during the two pandemics are very similar although treatments and technology have advanced to lessen some of the impact of COVID-19.  The influenzaContinue reading “Pandemic offers a history lesson”

A separated world depends on technology like never before

Tamzyn PendletonPhoto Editor Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, most people have been cooped up in their houses. Technology during this time has been both a blessing and a curse. But, at least in some ways, technology has reduced our quarantine suffering. Technology has been able to keep the world revolving without having to physically beContinue reading “A separated world depends on technology like never before”

Cancellations hit hard with seniors

Brisa Petravicius Spotlight Editor  March 13, 2020, seemed like an ordinary Friday, little did seniors know it would be the last time they stepped foot in Sandy High School as students.  Senior year is full of lasts. The last tennis match you will ever play competitively, to the last Prom you will ever attend. Unfortunately, theContinue reading “Cancellations hit hard with seniors”

Local businesses struggle during pandemic

Emma LoganSports Editor Living in a small town comes with its benefits and drawbacks. We are a community that can work together to support each other in times of need and build each other up. This global pandemic is an extreme example. We are lucky to be surrounded by small businesses up and down ourContinue reading “Local businesses struggle during pandemic”

Seniors finish early, classes go online

Brooklyn AdamsNews Editor “Oregon’s school closure will be extended through the rest of the academic year as the state continues to battle the spread of coronavirus,” Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced Wednesday, April 8.  Immediately after this announcement, the Oregon Trail School District, along with every other district in the state, closed all in-school classesContinue reading “Seniors finish early, classes go online”