As students and educators pass the one-year mark from the transition to distance learning, virtual school continues to prove challenging for many students. Even as students start returning to campus for more frequent in-person classes, these tips on staying physically and mentally healthy at home are still useful. Staff image: Tatum Herrin. (Tatum Herrin)
As students and educators pass the one-year mark from the transition to distance learning, virtual school continues to prove challenging for many students. Even as students start returning to campus for more frequent in-person classes, these tips on staying physically and mentally healthy at home are still useful. Staff image: Tatum Herrin.

Tatum Herrin

A Healthy Day of Online School: Tips for the Virtual Menlo Student

March 24, 2021

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Tatum Herrin, Assistant Spread Editor
 

Fun fact: Tatum has scoliosis and wears a back brace every night.

Interests outside of school: sketch and play lacrosse.

Favorite fictional character: Uncle Iroh from "Avatar: The Last Airbender."

Grade: 9.

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