- 01French Film Festival provides creative outlet for students in quarantine
- 02Teachers deserve more appreciation for their online learning efforts
- 03Nailed it: junior Emma Cottle uses smaller canvas to express individuality
- 04Junior Zamir Ticknor virtually resumes passion of raising awareness on climate change
- 05Avatar: The Last Binge
When junior Emma Cottle was in seventh grade, she stumbled across a Simply Nailogical’s Youtube channel and watched multiple videos about nail polish techniques for…
While the students were relishing the break brought on by the shutdown, the teachers had to learn how to shift from their physical classrooms to…
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French Film Festival provides creative outlet for students in quarantine. https://www.gcmnews.net/2020/06/01/french-film-festival-provides-creative-outlet-for-students-in-quarantine/
Teachers deserve more appreciation for their online learning efforts. https://www.gcmnews.net/2020/05/27/teachers-deserve-more-appreciation-for-their-online-learning-efforts/
Junior Zamir Ticknor virtually resumes passion of raising awareness on climate change
QOTD : “Memorial Day [...] felt a lot like another day in quarantine [...] Although we are in unprecedented times, it’s important to celebrate and stand in solidarity with those who served and are serving in the military.” — junior Zamir Ticknor on this year’s Memorial Day.
“QuaranSTREAMs,” a student-hosted Facebook live stream, "strives to serve as a platform for students and parents to ask questions and bring ideas during this difficult time," junior and student representative Urvi Dhala said. They are hosted on Thursdays and Sundays at 7:00 PM