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How COVID-19 Could Affect The 2020 Census

How COVID-19 Could Affect The 2020 Census

Jack Lewellyn, Staff Writer

April 3, 2020

With the spread of COVID-19, the United States census for 2020 might be overlooked. Census data is used to allocate delegates based on population, as well as to pinpoint areas of priority when splitting state budgets. The census’s importance to the country politically, socially and economically, are ...

April 3 Update: MISD Revises Grading Policy For Remainder Of The School Year

April 3 Update: MISD Revises Grading Policy For Remainder Of The School Year

Staff

April 3, 2020

Update 4/3 3:44 p.m.: The district has revised its grading policy for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. Although numerical grades will still be recorded, second-semester grades will not count toward any student's GPA or class rank. MISD's requirement to have a certain number of grades record...

UIL Suspends All Athletic Events Until May 4

UIL Suspends All Athletic Events Until May 4

Major Melson, Staff Writer

April 2, 2020

The buzzer ends. The team huddles around their coach and begins the celebration. The boys’ soccer team just became district champions and defeated Crowley 2-1 in the last regular-season game of the year. That happened nearly a month ago, most likely the last time those players would ever play togethe...

Fine Arts Uses FlipGrid

Fine Arts Uses FlipGrid

Jordyn Folsom, Features Editor

March 28, 2020

To give students a creative outlet while home during the COVID-19 outbreak, Fine Arts Chair Jeremy Ferman created a Flipgrid for any Legacy student or teacher to join and make a 90-second video.  “I hope that students will get a sense of community,” Ferman said. “People crave to be a part of somethi...

6 Sources To Stay Informed About COVID-19

6 Sources To Stay Informed About COVID-19

McKenzie Canton, Staff Writer

March 26, 2020

As this season of life lulls over our heads, it can be difficult to find accountable resources. However, relax, find some food, then sit and take in some good reading for information you don’t want to miss. It’s important to understand which credible sources are worth taking a look at. Overall Updates ...

TCC Classes Adapt To Campus Closure

TCC Classes Adapt To Campus Closure

Sembree Yeary, Staff Writer

March 21, 2020

In preparation for the start of online dual credit classes, junior Ethan Elston scrolls through his inbox of new emails that alert him of the current situation and changes to his classes.  TCC’s dual credit classes transitioned to start online classrooms as of March 23 until further notice that students may return to campus. Dual credit classes would con...

How to Adult: Dealing With COVID-19

How to Adult: Dealing With COVID-19

Jordyn Folsom and Zach Planche

March 19, 2020

The threat of the COVID-19 virus has prompted schools across the country to cancel classes to prevent contamination among students. Mansfield ISD prolonged students’ spring break for three weeks, but that does not mean more time to go out with friends or family. Here is what to do and what not to d...

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