As the 2019-2020 school year winds down, many students are relieved this strange work period has finally concluded. It is still uncertain how school will continue in the fall, so as a final project, Calvert High School sophomores have been requested to write letters to Calvert County Public School superintendent, Dr. Daniel Curry.
As its newest series, the Courier is featuring three students who have exemplary writing skills to express their ideas and opinions on how, or if, students should return to school in September.
Click here to read Tyler Seawell explain why schools should reopen with limited capacity.
Click here to read McKenzie Conner describe why primary education students should return to school in the fall and secondary education students must remain online.
Click here her to read Marco DeCesaris express why only online learning is not sensible option.