Pet of the Month: January 2022

By: Victoria Linton-Evans  Welcome to 2022! This semester I have the honor of taking over Pet of the Month! As an animal lover (and a mom to 12 cats), Pet of the Month is such a fun opportunity for me. Pet of the Month encourages students to submit photos of their pets, whether they areContinue reading “Pet of the Month: January 2022”

Too Close For Comfort? – COVID Protocols in the Lunchroom Need Adjustment

By: Jackie Coleman The United States rang in the new year with high hopes that the COVID-19 Pandemic would soon be behind us, yet four days later, the country recorded 1,082,549 ​​new COVID cases in a single day. As the Omicron variant continues to ravage America, the Shorecrest administration has promised our community that they areContinue reading “Too Close For Comfort? – COVID Protocols in the Lunchroom Need Adjustment”