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  • September 16Phase 3 Begins Sept. 21, Phase 4 Begins Oct. 5, Face to Face begins Oct. 14
  • August 15Welcome back to Virtual Learning, Hornets!
  • April 3Stay inside and keep washing those hands Hornets! We miss you!
  • February 8Soccer, lacrosse, track and more are in full swing for their winter seasons
  • February 8Come out and support the hornet Varsity basketball team!

How to Stay in the Loop in Virtual Learning

Cecilia Rubio, Staff Writer

September 29, 2020

Are you having trouble remembering upcoming school events? As we are adjusting to this new schedule, it is hard to keep up with what is going on around the school, such as sporting events, upcoming holidays, and important announc...

Little kids face big challenges this school year

Rachel Sandstrom, Staff Writer

September 27, 2020

Life is a bit different these days. Now with many schools being completely online, kids are having to adjust to a whole new way of learning.  Middle schoolers Faith and Hope Sandstrom share the challenges they face on a day-to-da...

Teachers’ online school opinions

Maynor Chinchilla, Editor - People Page

September 27, 2020

Coronavirus has changed so many things: jobs, the economy, and the way we stay safe. This has caused a lot of controversies because everyone has a different point of view in life. One of the big controversies in the country ar...

Keeping up with the Roswell Library

Claire Mulkey, Director of Communications

September 26, 2020

COVID-19 has forced the closure, both temporary and permanent, of many businesses, establishments, and schools. The Roswell Library, after undergoing renovations since August of 2018, had to be closed just a few short months ...

How students are relieving stress during the pandemic

Savannah Young, Staff Writer

September 26, 2020

When schools were ordered to close in March 2020, many students found themselves searching for things to do in order to pass time; whether that be cleaning, aimlessly driving around town, or taking walks around the neighborhood.   However, so...

How High Schoolers are reacting to online school

Drew Maddox, Staff Writer

September 25, 2020

School is one of the main things that has been affected during the pandemic, as it is a huge gathering of people. However, education is too important for COVID-19 to restrict it. This past year has been extremely challengin...

More time outdoors has numerous health benefits

Claire Mulkey, Staff Writer

May 6, 2020

In light of recent events, recreational outdoor time is more important than ever. Many people who are self-quarantining are turning to walks, runs, bike rides, and hikes as activities to alleviate boredom or get extra exercise a...

How people are surviving pollen season

Natalie Navarra, Staff Writer

May 5, 2020

Pollen season can be the most miserable few months for people with pollen allergies, especially in Georgia. In fact, on March 26, 11 Alive reported that the pollen “count has soared to 3,697. That's the worst day yet this year, and would have been the fourth-highest count last year.” Some people have really bad allergies, while others are blessed wi...

How to care for your mental health when therapy offices are closed

Macey MacArthur, Feature Editor

May 2, 2020

The world is in a chaotic state. Airlines are shut down, hospitals are overcrowded, public spaces are emptier than ever before. With everyone shut inside, it is a trying time for many people; however, the disabled and mentally ...

School Meals and Free Dining: How the Roswell restaurant community has stepped up in the face of COVID-19

Smriti Tayal, Director of Design

April 30, 2020

Roswell restaurants are pulling together in light of the situation to help out the community by providing meals for local school children and the food insecure. Amidst the unknown future of their businesses, these local owners ...

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