Hybrid Schedule Extended

Hadley Kembel

Well, LCHS, it’s official– we’re not coming back to school full-time after Spring Break. Our current hybrid schedule is extending until April 30th. For the next seven weeks, we’ll spend half of it in school and half of it trying not to fall asleep on google meets. Emma Cubberley (10) explains how she feels about the hybrid schedule being extended. 

“I feel that we should be able to go back to school,” Cubberley said. “I haven’t been getting a lot of work done from home, so this extended hybrid schedule will make that a lot harder.”

Cubberley represents a group of students— the group that feels they’d do much better in school. Mackenzie Bentley, on the other hand, represents the group of students who seem to be doing just fine with the hybrid schedule. Bentley explains her thoughts on the extended hybrid schedule.

“I feel that it is a great idea. The covid cases are going up but my grades are rising,” Bentley said. “With hybrid I have more time to figure things out on my own and study a lot more.”

Some kids love the hybrid schedule, and others don’t. Surely, though, we all want things to get back to how they used to be, before we’d ever heard of the coronavirus (whenever that will be).