The Coat of Arms

Lizzie Freehill

Lizzie Freehill, Staff Writer


Number of years in the Coat of Arms: 2.

Favorite aspect of journalism: I love that, as high school students, we are collaborating and running an entire paper. It is a really unique and fun experience.

Interests outside of school: volleyball and lacrosse, hanging out with my friends, traveling.

Grade: 10.

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Returning to in-person learning has both students and teachers on campus, increasing the chance of spreading COVID-19. While Menlo has taken cautionary measures in order to keep the community safe, there is still the possibility of the virus being carried onto campus. For this reason, teachers express their hope that not only the students but also the Menlo community as a whole will continue following CDC and county guidelines while socializing. Staff illustration: Andrea Li.

Teachers Express Expectations and Experiences Around Students Socializing

April 9, 2021

With students returning to campus, a handful of Menlo teachers reflected on members of the community socializing both on and off of campus. Fortunately,...

In order to halt the COVID-19 pandemic and save as many lives as possible, it is crucial that eligible people receive the vaccine. Some cannot receive the vaccine due to religious objections, compromised immune systems or being newborn babies, according to Mayo Clinic. It is important to continue to wear masks and follow COVID-19 guidelines to protect those who have not been vaccinated until we reach herd immunity. Staff illustration: Tatum Herrin.

COVID-19 Vaccines Are Safe, Community Members Should Get Vaccinated If Offered

February 12, 2021

The rapid development of COVID-19 vaccines has left many wondering whether they are safe. According to extensive studies and vaccine trials, the answer...

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