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ELENA SU/SAGAMORE STAFF

Students returned to Old Lincoln School to begin the hybrid phase of the school year. For students in grades 10 through 12, hearing from freshmen themselves about the hybrid experience will be a helpful preview for their own return on Nov. 9.

Following freshmen: first weeks of hybrid learning

In any other time, the school year would involve bustling buildings, a crowded cafeteria and of course, students navigating the high school. However, in the midst of COVID-19, the high school has adapted to new safety protocols that have changed the high school experience and the first to feel these changes were the freshmen. The Sagamore virtually followed five freshmen during their first weeks of school; here are their thoughts.

Sonia Provost
Calder Shen
Pablo Meyers
Hattie Liang
Nilou Enyant

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