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Rose Weismann, literacy resource center aide, working at her home office. In the past few months, she says she has been

Getting it write

Caroline Sun, Digital Editor-in-Chief
January 10, 2021
Grace Trumbull, junior hybrid learner, plays her clarinet in band by having a hole through her mask. Trumbull says her choice to return back to school was influenced “mainly because of choir and band. Singing and playing an instrument have been a disappointment during e-learning because I have to practice by myself.”

3 students, 3 environments, 1 school

Adam Monnette, Live Media Manager
December 14, 2020
Without formal finals this semester, teachers have more freedom in how they choose to assess their students' growth and learning.

Finals cancelled; teachers revise plans

Caroline Sun, Digital Editor-in-Chief
December 14, 2020
Jordan Addison surrounds his students with calming lighting. By making his classroom as comfortable as possible his students moods are improved.

More than just a mood

Ruby Lueras, Secretary
December 13, 2019
Clearing the air

Clearing the air

Elinor Melvin, Business Manager & LZ Life Editor
December 13, 2019
“Bad teachers:” student complaints go unresolved

“Bad teachers:” student complaints go unresolved

Ellie Melvin, Staff Writer
May 27, 2019
Reed shows off her colorful eye makeup as she holds on to her eye shadow palette and brushes.

Bags, brushes, and blushes

Niya Katsarska, BearFacts Contributor
May 24, 2019
Chris Misik, private voice teacher, and Nick Juknelis, choir director, pose with some of the honors recital participants from choir. Students such as these ones had the opportunity to showcase their talents on Tuesday night at an elite recital.
Not pictured: Choir performers Teah Mirabelli, Nicholas Lemperis, and Calista Brown.

BOC holds annual honors recital; showcases elite talent

Niya Katsarska, Bear Facts Contributor
April 4, 2019
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