She said at last week's performance that often she would be singing to a blank screen on her computer oftentimes admitting her students may or may not have been asleep on the other end.
"Don't let her bright smile fool you, she is a scary woman," joked senior Dustin McMullen who was awarded the student and teacher's choice as outstanding member of the choir. The class of 2022 gave her a gift pillow with all their faces on it to show their appreciate for her dedication to them.
Besides teachers learning, though frustrating at times, new tools in which they can reach their students, one other positive thing came out of the COVID pandemic shutdowns. The increased usage of online videos to share sports, concerts, and other school events. This allows family and friends who cannot attend an event a chance to still see and hear and not completely miss their loved ones and friends perform
Parking might be tight with a volleyball game also taking place at the same time.
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