Testing And Limited Seating Continues As High School Football Reaches Midseason

Weekly COVID-19 testing and limited spectators have become the norm for varsity high school football teams in California’s West Contra Costa Unified School District. Every Monday, student athletes playing football must be tested before they can go on the field to practice. “I feel safer. It is for myself and others,” said athlete Manuel Guillen. […]

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The Angel That Left Too Soon

Lauren Webb was living a normal life for a 21 year old. Then, her best friend died of cancer. In this heartbreaking note, Webb says her final goodbyes. “You are an inspiration to everyone you’ve touched with your contagious spirit. I’m so blessed to have the privilege to say you were my best friend and […]

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A Trans Experience

Ashens Limon reflects on his experience as a transgender man and the challenges he faces because of his identity. “Just last year, the principal of my school told me and another trans student that we were not allowed to use the male dressing room for theatre. He tried to force us to use the staff […]

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Zoomiversary: School on Screens

We’re marking a year of quarantine and #Covid19 lockdowns. As students and teachers, we’re reflecting on how the last year in #VirtualLearning has been and how we feel about going back to school. “I would describe my online learning experience as a plane ride that makes it to its destination, but experiences turbulence along the […]

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