Staff edition: How are you spending your time during stay at home orders?

Sufana Hamid

"What I do during quarantine is draw, write, or do school work. It's not that fun either, and I get really bored too easily," ninth grader Sufana Hamid said.

Sufana Hamid
“What I do during quarantine is draw, write, or do school work. It’s not that fun either, and I get really bored too easily,” ninth grader Sufana Hamid said.
Paris Lawson
“In the free time I get after completing my school work or on weekends, I like to play Minecraft as my first choice. But after I’ve done all I can do in it for a while, I turn to Youtube videos or books. Quarantine has given me the chance to catch up on books and videos I have been meaning to get around to. If I’ve watched all the videos and read all the books I can stand, I try to get in some writing as it is a hobby of mine. My time is overall spent with online school and these activities in loop as I try to waste time!” ninth grader Paris Lawson said.
“I have been spending my free time by binge watching on Netflix and replaying old video games that I forgot the story line to,” ninth grader Myah Lear said.
Mykenzie Doran
“To keep busy I am going outside and spending time with my siblings, playing my trumpet and doing school work,” ninth grader Mykenzie Doran said.
Maddie Cowfer
“Since track has been canceled, I have been training for cross country season to start,” ninth grader Maddie Cowfer said.
Danielle Bardelang
“When I’m not doing school work or writing, I’m spending time with my family by watching movies or going fishing. Quarantine has given me a chance to spend some time with family that we normally wouldn’t have within our busy schedules. My brothers and I have also taken a challenge of going for a run or walk everyday between their work schedules and my virtual baton lessons,” ninth grader Danielle Bardelang said.