Being at home all the time can be extremely boring. To help with that, many websites are doing sections for boredom busters and newsletters with games and quizzes. Here are a few of them...--Holly young, 6th grade
"Although remaining inside and safe is important for the health of you and others around you, and will help stop the pressure on healthcare workers, this regularly used strategy usually leads up to cabin fever and boredom, so I’ve made sure to compile 19 things to work on during social distancing and quarantine lockdown." --Carly Thacker, 6th grade
"We all know what we are thinking during this time, but what about our pets?" --Lana richard
"We are all getting antsy and lonely while we can’t meet up but there are still many ways to connect."--Jif dillemuth, 7th grade
"In times of isolation you may lose track of your self care. It is always important to stay healthy in all ways, at all times. Sometimes it can be extra challenging to remember to care for yourself. I have compiled 12 ways of self care in categories of physical, mental, and emotional. Each category has four ways of self care to help you keep on track."
what do you have to lose? - Cecilia fontaine, 7th grader.
"It's that time of year once again, Valentines day. Chocolate sales are booming and even more people are getting cuffed. But not everyone. Some people are staying indoors and eating ice cream because they don't have a special someone. But you're better than that! Don’t fear, single people: I have compiled a list of things to do this Valentine's season other than mope around." - - Hazel phillips, 7th grade
All Of The Smashin' Fashion For Which Many People Have Passion, Some Reactions To The Old Fashioned Magic Of Matchin' And Some People Imagine Fashion That Hasn't Yet Happened.
"let’s take a moment to look back at the fashion trends and styles that have passed. And maybe make some predictions of the looks to come…" -- Joaquin Montes de Oca, 7th Grade
"There are many wacky and original National Holidays. But who made them up, and why?"
With the start of the new decade, many find themselves making resolutions, and while the intention is objectively constructive, the urge for drastic change often takes a toll on women’s physical and mental health. --Edrisina sklar, 11th grade