Carter Van Buskirk, Features Editor|November 20, 2020
Lockers have been zip-tied, following the announcement made by MHS to discontinue the use of lockers for the remainder of the semester.
Entrances to rooms such as the library have added check in desks to aid staff as RSD pushes for new contact tracing guidelines.
When in search of a book, MHS librarians take necessary book retrieval precautions to ensure the safety of students and staff.
MHS prohibits any students from browsing the library shelves by creating a blockade of tables, desks and chairs.
Brittany Sharitz, Librarian, informs students of library safety measures and new books added to the library’s collection.
Monique Johnson, custodian, continuously walks the school disinfecting areas of high contact. “It is important that every one stays safe. Wear a mask and be mindful,” she said.
Nutrition staff member works in the kitchen, cooking free meals for students to grab as they depart following dismissal.
RSD social distancing pads are placed outside office doors to ensure students remain socially distant.
Students work on their chromebooks during a German class.
Emily Thompson, french teacher, instructs her students from behind a clear barrier, ensuring safety for herself and students.
In an effort to decrease germs in the building, MHS has added yellow caution tape to show they cannot be used.
Students acquire free grab-and-go lunches from the commons after dismissal from class.
Carter Van Buskirk, sophomore, is a staff reporter for the Messenger. Carter plays varsity soccer for MHS. He is a board member for the sophomore class...
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