Schools in PG County Transition Back to Virtual Learning


Emmanuel Erezih, Editor: Virginia Bates

Some students have taken a vital hit since we’ve been back in person for the past 4 months. Constant transitions could be tiring and take a big hit on a lot of scholars and teachers within the community.

Although ever since the situation spiked, it’s been since the new variant and since we got our lockers back, schools should push slowly as we return on January 18, 2022, because of all the things we face right now, it can be concluded that we students shouldn’t be in a rush for anything at all.

Not many of us care about what is going on, but as of now, there are people like journalism teacher Ms. Whitworth working toward the positives and finding a relatively good focus on how we can improve our education and learning for our future during 2022 education.