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Editors: Ana Iracheta, Abraham Gallegos, and Rae Alvarez

The school district has been experiencing a domino effect of problems since the outbreak of COVID-19. The most recent domino to fall is the shortage of bus drivers. As a matter of fact, Oswego High School had to host school online due to the lack of bus drivers on Sept. 21. The immediate change to online led to more problems within the school for teachers having to figure out how their day was going to go. 
With the pandemic cutting so many celebrations short within the past school years, there is little wonder as to why this year’s homecoming dance is creating such a hallway buzz. At 7 p.m. on Sept. 25, Oswego will host its annual homecoming dance, after it was canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19. Compromising with both the dance and disease, this year´s homecoming will be outdoors.
As students at Oswego High School adjust to being back in school, they are also adjusting to new guidelines in the cafeteria in order to lower the risk of transmission of COVID-19. However, staff members are struggling to enforce protocols in the lunchroom because of the limited space and large number of students. 
Signaling the beginning of the end, vaccines have been distributed extremely rapidly throughout the United States. However, as with anything affecting so many people, several questions have been frequently asked. The answers below are tailored to residents of Kendall County.
Following the theme of the 2020-2021 school year, AP testing is seeing some major changes compared to previous years.

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