Kelly Hueckman - The Snoop
With the media overtaken with the likes of COVID-19, it’s no secret that massive changes are taking place worldwide. For students and staff a... READ MORE
Hannah Raab - The Snoop
The 2019-2020 Prentice school year will be ending in a way nobody could have ever imagined. When the students left the building on March 17... READ MORE
Going the (Social) Distance 5.6.2020
Grant Cravaack - The Snoop
Social distancing has enacted a change all over the country. Schools everywhere have shut down and converted to virtual learning. Some hold .... READ MORE
Lauren Lallemont - The Snoop
With the chaos that is going on in the world right now, there are many different groups of people that are being affected. There are the workers who ... READ MORE
Vivian Gehring - The Snoop
The coronavirus pandemic has caused a lot of hard changes across the United States, from business to school closings. “Six feet apart” is the new ..... READ MORE
Kaden Hartmann - The Snoop
In the short time that the coronavirus (Covid-19) has been around, it has taken so much from everybody. To some, it has taken family members, to others, it has taken their jobs, and to our younger generations, it has taken their traditional school experience. Most recently, Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers has officially extended the “Safer At Home” order until May 26, 2020, and with that, he has also ordered schools to remain closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 academic school year. This also means that the remaining sports seasons have been cancelled as well. To some this means losing their last chance to get into college with an athletic scholarship, and for many, it means losing the remainder of their senior year. Losing memories that will never even have the chance to be made, events like prom, the senior lock-in, senior skip day, and entire sport seasons are all lost.
Anna Klimpke - The Snoop
In the past few months of the 2019-2020 school year, we have been faced with a tragic pandemic. Students and teachers have learned the difficulties of online schooling and how to cope with it. We’ve also been faced with social distancing and the stay at home order which has led to blanket cancellations.
While not having too much time to prepare for online schooling, I do believe students and staff are doing their best with the outcome of our current situation. The transition from seeing friends and teachers five days a week to not being able to see them at all has been hard.
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