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Step 1: Check Temperatures
In the triage center, students are required to maintain six feet of space from one another while waiting to get their temperature checked by either of the two school nurses. If their temperature is higher than normal and/or they are experiencing multiple symptoms of COVID-19, they are required to wait in the secondary health office. (behind the door pictured)

Admin Reports Rise In Cases

Kalei Renner, Photo Editor
September 24, 2020
Though Bayleigh Koch (21) was unable to tour ASU or go to the New York Times Academy she didn’t allow her to get down. “I improved in my writing by not just writing word vomit,” Koch said. “I also able to read the Graces and The Curses by Laure Eve” She spent her time learning and improving in her hobbies.

Summer in Quarantine

Gabriella Goday, Staff Reporter
August 25, 2020
Perfect Shot; Ive been doing photography for about four years, Gabriella Goday (21) said. I was able to spend a lot more time and get better shots of landscapes since there wasnt a lot of people around. I wouldnt say I perfected it but I definitely gained more knowledge about it.

Quarantine Hobbies

Ansley Gydesen, Staff Reporter
August 24, 2020
Sweet and Tasty; Julia Otto (22) has been busy on this break by hosting her own bake-off against her mom. Ottos cupcake was the pink with white and her moms is the light brown. The bake-off ended in a tie, Otto said.

Bored In Quarantine

Grace Coufal, Staff Reporter
April 3, 2020
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