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The Charge

The Student News Site of Patriot High School

The Charge

The Student News Site of Patriot High School

The Charge

Although Patriot is taking action to prevent further spread of Covid-19 by sending students home to quarantine and checking for who was in close contact with that individual, safety protocols are increasingly being dismissed by students and staff members.

Patriot Needs to Do Better at Controlling Covid-19 Cases

Covid-19 cases continue to escalate within our school’s walls. Therefore, administration must improve to reduce the increasing number of cases weekly.
Mariana El-khouri April 7, 2022

Upon returning to in-person learning and in midst of the pandemic, there were several safety protocols and rules placed in order to enter the school. For instance, wearing a mask and social distancing...

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PWCS changed the mask policy from mandatory to optional for students, active since Feb. 22. Photo of Enkhmend Erdenbulgan (23).

Opinion: To Mask or Not to Mask

Savannah Farrier March 12, 2022

If I were to tell you to imagine a world where we operated without masks, it would not be that difficult because not too long ago that was our reality. In the past two years the world has undergone drastic...

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People of Patriot: Strawberries, S.T.E.M., and Success

People of Patriot: Strawberries, S.T.E.M., and Success

Taha Syed hopes to integrate his passion for science and kids in the future.
Aniqa Ahmed January 18, 2022

On a dull and chilly evening after a particularly draining day of virtual classes, Taha Syed (11) sits at his kitchen counter with a tub of strawberries. He prepares his materials and procedure for DNA...

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How Students are Working During a Pandemic

How Students are Working During a Pandemic

Layla Woods December 15, 2020

2020 has been a hectic year due to Covid 19 causing businesses to shut down and forcing the entire world to self-quarantine. Many Patriot students either had already been working or started...

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