Students, teachers adapt to back-to-school COVID-19-prevention changes

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Neena Sidhu

Due to COVID-19, sophomore Evan Bish and all students inside classrooms look different this year thanks to required face coverings. Technology employees issued each student a Chromebook for the school year to help reduce the number of shared items. “The mask doesn't bother me because I know it will pay off in the end,” Bish said. “Keeping everyone safe is important for many reasons, but I just want a football season.”

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