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  • Jul 24, 1:07 amGov. Holcomb Mandates Masks Statewide Starting July 27
  • Jul 22, 12:34 pmHSE Schools grades 5-12 to return Sept. 17 on hybrid schedule

Staying safe while supporting local businesses

The front desk at Curve & Cloth with the face masks being sold at the front desk on Sept 9.

Rebekah Shultz, Arts and Cultures Editor

September 16, 2020

With over 25 million cases to date globally, the COVID-19 virus reaches new heights and influences the growing demand of face masks. The coronavirus is not only affecting people’s lives, but it is also influencing their businesses. “We had two locations at the start of this. We had a location...

HSE schools return to in-person classes

HSE Schools has a section on the district website to provide information on the reopening plan.

Emma Tomlinson, Photo Editor

September 16, 2020

    On Sept. 17, HSE schools return back to in-person classes using the hybrid, or 50/50, schedule. School districts around HSE have taken a different approach; many have had students in class since the beginning of the school year.      The decision to return to school has been discussed in...

Students explore Zoom fashion

Lindley Scott coordinates her school outfit with her Zoom background on Thursday, September 3.

Anna Mossing, Reporter

September 15, 2020

Glancing through the gallery view of a Zoom call, one can see a variety of outfits in each square. Some students choose to dress as if they are going into school, others just roll out of bed, and a few even coordinate their outfits with their background.   Wearing outfits that would be seen during in...

Teachers cope with student-less classrooms

During office hours on Sept. 9, Matthew Stahl finishes up work towards the end of the school day at his podium in his empty classroom.

Lily Thomas, Features Editor

September 14, 2020

Out of the six districts in Hamilton County, the HSE district is currently the only one that hasn’t started in-person learning on the high school level. While students remain at home, teachers show up to empty classrooms each day to teach through a computer screen. Teachers throughout the district are findi...

Riley Dance Marathon still finds way to celebrate kids

While at a mini dance marathon event, Riley Dance Marathon committee members hold up the amount raised by one of the elementary schools.

Kristen Rummel, Arts & Culture Editor

May 15, 2020

As the outside world closes down to protect from COVID-19, few places remain open. Hospitals are one of the establishments to remain open during this pandemic. With efforts to keep hospitals prepared and open, donations have become a way for the public to contribute in this effort. Since 2008, FHS...

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