Showing posts from April, 2020

Mooresville Alumni: Giving Credit Where Credit is Due by Noah Justus

Mooresville Alumni: Giving Credit Where Credit is Due                                                                               by Noah Justus

Peering at the Pandemic by Arionna Moore

  With the coronavirus growing on the media and spreading locally, panic has grown among citizens. This panic is causing people to quarantine themselves, or worry about what will happen if they were to have to quarantine themselves. Just in case people have to quarantine, they are preparing by buying supplies, and the stores are in chaos. People are buying canned foods, disinfecting wipes, and toilet paper. Stores are now having a hard time keeping all of these items in stock. The stores are quickly running out of supplies and can make some pretty ridiculous sights. Upload your craziest pictures from the store to our Google Form link below. Below is a blog that I created on March 17

She’s Finally Home by Abbigail Price

MHS alumnus Katie Price was studying abroad in the Arabian country of Jordan. Sending my sister to Jordan was heartbreaking for my family. We drove up to Chicago and sent her off. She’s kept in touch with us, but it has been difficult because of the seven hour time difference.  Many of her friends over there were coming home because of COVID-19, but she had decided to stay. The CIEE (Council on International Educational Exchange) had decided to send all of their students home.  I was not happy about her coming home because it meant she had to give up something that made her so happy. It was difficult to get here home because we did not have the money for a flight. So, the CIEE paid for her to fly to the United States. She was flown into New York at JFK airport.  She had a delay in London and this was right before the travel band. Her flight into JFK got in at 8 p.m. but the next flight from JFK to Indianapolis was not until the next morning.  My mom did not wa

Seniors Missing Out by Noah Justus

Missing Out Senior’s Thoughts and Feelings on Current School Cancellations by Noah Justus

Things To Do During Quarantine by Kimmy Turley

This is one of the hardest time periods and events that Americans have faced; however, there are many things that people are able to do in order to keep themselves occupied while being quarantined at home.  Watch Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, etc.  This seems like one of the more obvious things that people can do, but it is one of the easiest. All people have to do is sit back, relax, and watch a new tv series or binge watch movies.  Try new recipes  Obviously people are trying to avoid the grocery store unless they absolutely need to go, but there are very simple recipes that someone can make with a few ingredients lying around their house. One of those recipes being pasta. Pasta only requires anywhere from four to five ingredients depending on the recipe, but the main four are eggs, flour, salt, and olive oil.  Go on walks or runs  Many people are trying to avoid going out of their houses; however, nature is a major stress reliever for most, and get