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  • Students, Teachers Adjust to Hybrid High School

    There is a lot less activity in the halls of Somers High School, but there are still plenty of smiles and engagement in the classrooms. "It's definitely different and better than I expected," says student Allie Puerto, "Because I expected the worst. But I like being here, seeing people and socializing...

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  • Uncommon Commons

    The Commons at Somers High School is usually filled with students packed around round tables, laughing, studying, eating. This year brings a very different scene. The tables have been replaced with individual desks, and if a student is not eating, he or she must wear a mask. "They've been really good about social distancing and wearing their masks," says a monitor assigned to the Commons.

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  • Embracing New Ways of Learning

    Students and teachers are adapting to a new way of learning this year. At the high school, students are split into two cohorts: Red and White. They alternate days in school and learning from home...

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  • Favorite Tradition Continues

    Even the pandemic couldn't cancel one of the favorite traditions at Somers High School. Students assigned park in the parking lot to the left of the main entrance are permitted to paint their spaces. Every year students impress with their talent and creativity.

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