Listen to “Episode 39 – High School Students Reflect on the 20-21 School Year” on Spreaker.
Episode 39 Overview–
In this episode, Dr. Jeck sits down with a panel of high school students to reflect upon the past school year. The group discusses in-person and virtual learning, mental health, and much more.
Students from Fauquier High School, Kettle Run High School, and Liberty High School (Representatives of the Superintendent’s Student Advisory)
- Cammy Bland
- Shane O’Hara
- Cecilia Sandoval-Castro
- Olivia Stith
- Matthew Schumacher
- Madison White
- If you had your own late-night talk show, who would you invite as your first guest?
- What do people need to understand about today’s high school students?
- How is it to be back to in-person learning four days a week? Has the level of stress changed?
- How did the virtual model work for you?
- Give us some advice – What are your recommendations for opening schools in the fall?
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