Students came back with a range of emotions. Some were excited for a better learning environment, while others were wary of COVID-19 spread.
Students are eager to experience life on college campuses, but also weary of new COVID-19 outbreaks.
The team, dubbed 47C With Fire, took home the Excellence Award for Teamwork.
School newspapers provided many students an outlet, and brought a sense of community despite the physical distance.
Some tips on making a decision while schools are still determining their test policies.
The event features guest speakers Shannon O’Donnell, a meteorologist at KOMO 4 News and Redmond HS graduate, and Justin Rupple, a stand-up comedian.
Students from Eastlake High School have created a virtual competition experience that is open to all middle school students in LWSD.
“They worked diligently and are finishing their academic careers in a year where nothing has been normal,” said Eastside Catholic President Gil Picciotto.
LWSD and ISD are working to protect teachers from COVID-19 before middle and high schools welcome students back.
Some students chose to stay remote despite LWSD’s recent decision to offer in-person instruction.