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Teacher's Thoughts, spring semester 2020: Susan Peck

By Susan Peck, Chemistry teacher at ACHS

I was in high school during the late 70's when we missed most of January and February due to snow (I think we went a couple of days the whole two months.)

I remember how I missed going to school, seeing my friends and became very bored at home (The only technology was a TV on an antenna.)

The last 6 weeks remind me of that time except now we are wearing masks and avoiding crowds. While NTI school work is sufficient, it is not the same as discussing and seeing Chemistry live in a classroom full of other students.

Also for all the senior students, I just hate that they missed spring sports, prom and all the traditional graduation activities. -Susan

(All our teachers and staff are invited to share thoughts about the 2020 spring semester - the time the Coronavirus changed school.)

This story was posted on 2020-05-05 20:07:30
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