Miranda Mahoney, Features & Sports Editor
We can make a difference, big or small, in our everyday lives to limit pollution and improve the condition of the planet.
COVID-19 has placed a lot of stress on teachers and students, especially during a slow return back to school. Oswego High School has been looking for ways to lessen this stress and make the transition back to in-person learning as easy as possible.
2020 has been an especially unique year— to say the least. There have been challenges and triumphs, and people learned how to adapt to big changes. When Oswego High School closed its doors on March 13, 2020, it was surreal to think school would continue without the tile hallways and brick walls that students and staff saw nearly every day.
It is fairly obvious Thanksgiving will be different this year than it has been in the past, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Becoming a teacher at a new school always has its pros and cons, but starting at a new school during a pandemic can prove to be a difficult task. Mr. Matthew Anderson, who has 10 years of teaching experience, was welcomed to the Panther Family this year as a Chemistry teacher and Earth and Space teacher. He is not new to the district, though, having taught at Oswego East High School.