LHS Students on the Recent Outbreak

An Intervene by Quarantine

LHS Students on the Recent Outbreak

Kelsey Perillo

Fevers, Netflix, bedridden days and missing assignments are just a few adjectives to describe what many students’ lives are looking like. By now, if you haven’t experienced COVID for yourself, you probably know someone who has, and it doesn’t just affect your health. “It sucked because I couldn’t see my friends,” Alicia Rodrigues, ‘23 said. “I was the only one in my house who had COVID so I wasn’t allowed out of my room for ten days, my grades all went downhill and I was failing a lot of my classes”. While school work is temporarily put on the back burner, Zebras at home are finding ways to keep distracted with favorite pastimes. “What sucked was being glued to my chair for six hours a day,” David Garcia, ‘23 said. “I spent most of my time watching anime”. Whether you’re at home beating the virus or in person at school, it’s important to know you’re not alone. Stay safe and stay healthy Zebras!