Our Missed Experiences

An overview of what to look forward to this year.

   “I am looking forward to being in school and not being virtual for most of the school year. I like being around people. It helps communication and more be achieved.”

— Sophomore CJ Barnett

Many high school events were disrupted due to the COVID-19 virus. Prom was only for seniors and students missed games they usually attended due to limited tickets. A number of students are excited for the upcoming events, due to last year’s cancellations.

“I am looking forward to homecoming, school events and games,” sophomore Carly Loomis said. “These events are a part of school spirit and it makes school fun.”

Social experiences like these help students build connections with fellow classmates and support their school.

“I’m looking forward to returning back to five days a week because it will provide more opportunities and structure to learn,” sophomore Carolyn Forgues said.

Students missed many high school events included sport games, concerts for band, choir and orchestra due to tickets required for entry. According to an estimate by “Education Week,” there are around 1 million students who missed out on events due to school closures last year.

“I am looking forward to being in school and not being virtual for most of the school year,” sophomore CJ Barnett said. “I like being around people. It helps communication and more be achieved.”

Students can’t wait for the school year and all that it holds. From new classes, teachers and daily life. The upcoming school year is one that most students are excited to witness.

I am looking forward to homecoming, school events and games. These events are a part of school spirit and it makes school fun.”

— Sophomore Carly Loomis