2022: Week one

Erna Delice, Staff Writer


Hurricanes returned to campus Aug. 10 to start their first day of in-person learning. This is the first time all students have been on campus since Spring Break 2020, due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“What I’ve experienced is we’re expanding the legacy and elevating the instructional delivery,”  said new Principal Mrs. Latson.

After being online for a year and a half, most students said they were glad to be back and hoping for a better school year.

“It’s exciting,” said Shenell Robinson, a senior in the Medical Academy. “I feel excited to be a senior!”

Students and staff said this school year is far different from the previous year.

“It’s better than online school, it’s better than virtual, because we’re actually learning,“ said Tonyiah Jones, a senior in the Pre-Law Academy.

Masks are mandatory. Students and staff are required to social distance.

“It’s nice,” said Mrs. Day, an English teacher. “I think it’s stressful because of the pandemic. I’m glad that were able to be back.”