It’s so easy to go negative. In fact, it’s too easy. Even when we aren’t in a pandemic, stress and anxiety lead humans to go a little dark. But, when we are trying to navigate COVID-19, and we are so painfully aware of the things we cannot do, it’s understandable that we can get cynical and negative.
Many Seniors found creative ways to conduct their Community Impact Projects.
I could go on and on, as there are many, many more individuals and projects to recognize. I am so grateful for our teachers and staff who work hard every day to support learning and our students. I know the pandemic has put great pressure on all of us—students, parents, and faculty. But, with the vaccine and student COVID-19 testing, we have more good news and more good days ahead. There are a lot of “good things” to be positive about. We need to rejoice in them.