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With remote learning in full swing, sophomore Ava Fisher is able to continue her learning from home. “Remote learning has overall made me a more organized and responsible student,” Fisher said. “Although it is hard to stay motivated when not in a traditional classroom setting.” Students are working hard to have a successful school day from the comfort of their homes.

A new way of learning

April 10, 2020

Millard Schools handing out meals to people in the community that need help

Meals during crisis

April 6, 2020

Social distancing is highly recommended by medical experts. With big events cancel to avoid it's vital to stay home so you can avoid the spread of this highly contagious diseases. Avoid handshakes, hugs and keep a physical distance from people.

Being “social”

April 3, 2020

Le Peep extended their hours around this pandemic by having a morning shift 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., as well as a night shift from 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. “Sales at my legacy location have been going well with strictly sticking to takeout orders,”Le Peep employee senior Madaline Vojslavek said. “Overall business isn’t as strong as we would want it going into April, but with the situation and with what we have, we aren’t doing too bad.”

Driving thru COVID-19

April 3, 2020

Pictured above are Millard West teachers Tim Royers and Brooke Phillips.

Millard sub-shortage

March 12, 2020

COVID-19 spreads like wildfire throughout the globe, separating sick and healthy is getting tougher by the minute


March 12, 2020

During Off Academy, Kevin Keplar (right) is teaching a student to work a boom mic during the “Foley, Can you guess that sound” panel.

Lights, camera, action

March 12, 2020

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