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Teacher Susan Salvesen teaches her second period AP Government and Politics class. With some students back in the classroom and some online, teachers have had to find a balance with hybrid teaching.
Head to Head: Two students weigh in on return-to-learn decisions
February 25, 2021

On Feb. 16th, Atlanta Public Schools (APS) students in grades 6-12 were finally able to return to in-person learning after eleven months away...

Staying virtual was right decision
Malaya Tapp, Sophomore February 25, 2021

When I received the intent to return survey on Dec. 3rd, my first thought was, “So soon?”  I had received a similar email in November,...

Returning to in-person learning was right decision
Madeline Moye, Junior February 25, 2021

On Feb. 16, for the first time in nearly a year, I walked into the Grady cafeteria. As I entered the building, I couldn’t help but wonder:...

With the limited supply of Covid-19 vaccines, questions have risen-- who should get these vaccines first?
Teachers should be prioritized in Covid-19 vaccinations
Lanier Pickren February 23, 2021

Though the Covid-19 pandemic continues to disrupt daily life, new hope has arisen as vaccines are being distributed across the country. However,...

Since Biden’s inauguration, there’s been a surprising attitude on social media and throughout the news that he is going to miraculously fix the large host of issues he was faced with when he entered office. Even though Trump is out of office, our government still has problems, and this is not the time to ignore our leaders.
Stop thinking that Biden will solve all our problems
Anna Rachwalski February 22, 2021

With Donald Trump out of office, many Americans are breathing a sigh of relief. There’s widespread hope that Joe Biden’s presidency will...

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