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191 Greenfield High School Sophomores Collaborate on Pandemic Book, ‘QuaranTEENed’

by | Jun 7, 2021 | Stand Up for Public Education Blog | 0 comments

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Sophomores at Greenfield High School collaborated on a book about life during the pandemic.

 

The pandemic-era reflections of 191 Greenfield High School sophomores have been put together in a book called “QuaranTEENed,” CBS-58 reports.

The book, which started as a classroom assignment, contained vignettes from students who wrote about Covid, how the lockdown affected them and what they’ve learned. 

“When people look at this, I want them to realize that we’re just teens and we had to like go through this strange period, this strange new world, sort of,” said Cadence Brown. 

Read the full story and watch the video at CBS-58.

 

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