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On Friday, Sept. 18 Seminole Connect junior Student Life Editor Andrea Sumner video calls with sophomore staff member Kylie Johnson. They collaborate on ideas for their yearbook pages while Yearbook Advisor Katherine Turkelson looks on. Since Sumner is a Seminole Connect student, individual video calls are the easiest way for her to communicate with classmates in school.

Publications during a pandemic

Grace Stoker, Sports Editor
October 23, 2020
The empty preschool classroom in building 8 would usually be filled with the little patriots now but due to the arrival date change the room is still empty only with the workers in the room next to it. The preschool room has been able to be used for the workers to make YouTube videos and work on the assignments in a colorful environment.

Little Patriots Late Arrival

Ashley Weston, Reporter
October 19, 2020
Seniors Shelby Gay and Tyla Hall at Universal Studios.

Theme Parks amidst Covid-19

Erin Huguenin, Staff Reporter
October 14, 2020
Featured here is Kendall’s Depop, the platform on which she sells her earrings. As of September 22 she features all these earrings for sale to the public,  with custom orders available.

Kendall Beck Earrings

Rylee Malloy, Staff Reporter
October 11, 2020
These six masks were variables in an experiment to find which masks would work best, done by a Duke study. The N62927 and surgical mask worked the best just as any masks with 2-3 layers of cloth.

Effectiveness of Masks

Ashley Weston, Staff Reporter
October 7, 2020
Senior Shelby Gay poses at her workplace, Chick-fil-a, in her uniform and mask.

Working through a pandemic

Kyra Martin, Staff Reporter
October 6, 2020
The student section cheers on the varsity football team on Thursday, Sept. 17. Face masks were encouraged in the stands, but social distancing was not enforced. The varsity football team suffered a narrow loss against Lake Mary High School and the final score was 15-14.

How safe are sports?

Grace Stoker, Sports Editor
October 4, 2020
Students like senior Maddie Watts enjoy B lunch, the new middle lunch created to space students out during COVID-19, at the back of the cafeteria.

New lunch, new opinions

Faith Shimick, Staff Reporter
October 1, 2020
Students in Mr. Kupffer's third period class are quite close during COVID-19. This is just part of working out the setbacks during the pandemic this school year.

Quarantined But Not Sick

Rylee Malloy, Staff Reporter
September 30, 2020
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