Student artists have had the ability to have their art displayed in the school taken away due to the virtual format of this school year. One of these artists is Isabella Frunzar, a junior here at OHS.
While competition season is something many dancers look forward to every year, who knew what to expect when hearing that this year’s season would be virtual.
Without a doubt, the last year has been a difficult one. When asked what words came to mind, students echoed the same sentiment: chaotic, overwhelming, thought-provoking. While going through so much undeniable change and loss, three students reflected on positive changes they have felt.
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.
What students and faculty didn’t know was that the world as we knew it was about to change. Not just for a few weeks, or a few months, but for the next year.