What’re your thoughts on how online learning is working so far?

Harrison Kaseff, StuFo Editor

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With online learning, my main concern is that I’m not retaining anything I learn. When we were in person since we interacted more, our teachers could tell what we did and didn’t know, but with distance learning they aren’t able to make sure we fully understand the material.”

— Freshman Avery Redfern

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I like online learning because it lets me stay at home to do my classes instead of having to come to LJHS.”

— Freshman David Jimenez

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At first I hated it but I have kinda gotten used to it. I do wish I was at school though making memories with my friends.”

— Freshman Mazzy Austin

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It’s going pretty well for me and I feel like I am still learning most of what I need to for each class!”

— Sophomore Ashlyn Brunette

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I like it because it’s easy to work at home and to have less classes a day.”

— Sophomore Ryan Sterzenbach

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I think it is going pretty well, I do not mind it too much. I would like to go back in person but I think it is really good for people who struggle with time management.”

— Sophomore Chloe Lynn

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I think that it’s definitely difficult to stay motivated with online learning, but I think the way LJHS has gone about it, is good.”

— Junior Sasha Backus

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For me it’s bad and good at the same time in a sense.”

— Junior Sean Andrews

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Online school sucks because I do not get that social interaction and it is just more stressful.”

— Junior Emma Puri

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I hate it because I don’t get to see my anyone and I feel like I’m stuck in a jail cell just being in my house all day.”

— Senior Diego Solis

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It’s really hard to pay attention honestly. I’m not someone who misses assignments and stuff but my attention span goes no farther than clicking submit and getting a grade.”

— Senior Alessandro Demoreno

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I think it’s beneficial for my schedule with work because it makes it more flexible, but it’s harder to stay on track of things and not procrastinate.”

— Senior Sarah Robertson