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For most, senior year usually means thinking about your future, finishing up high school, and hanging out with friends. But for the class of 2021, senior year has been much more. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, everyone’s plans have been thrown out the door. However, the senior student council has tried to make the best out of these trying times. When asked about how COVID has shaped the senior class, they responded with a wide range of responses.
“I think it is going to make us value the time we have had together and will have together in the future as a class,” senior class President Jack Berkowitz said.
Senior publicity representative Drew Ness also noted how the interactions between classmates have changed as students seemed to savor the time they had together if they ever met in person.
“I got my senior basketball season taken away,” senior Vice President Annika Decker said when asked about the biggest thing Covid has taken away from her.