More Students Return To In-Person Learning

By Andrew Goodman

With COVID-19 cases thinning out, students have began returning to the classroom. Following a new policy from the board of education that went into effect following spring break, the requirements to be virtual have tightened and now require students to have a B average or a medical note to be virtual.

Many students have enjoyed returning to the classroom. Abigail Lamb, Junior, says, “I am glad to be back and I feel more engaged in the lessons. I am also so happy to see my friends”

Dustin Ellis, Junior, says, “I like seeing my friends, and it’s nice to get help from others when I need it.”

A new policy also went into effect Monday, April 12, removing the option for students to use virtual days if they are normally in person. A letter regarding these policies can be found on mhhsw.hcboe.net.

More students have began to fill the halls of West High School
More students have began to fill the halls of West High School







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