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A graphic posted on the Instagram of SMOB Nick Asante details the safety metrics that have to be met in order for students to return to school. Plans are being made for this return however some are skeptical that it would happen in the 2020-2021 school year.

Questions about reopening linger over second semester

Maeve Sanford-Kelly, Print News Editor
January 11, 2021
Many apps have been developed in response to the COVID-19 breakout. The purpose of the apps is to track who people have been in contact with and if any of them have tested positive recently.

How countries have conquered covid

Caeden Babcock, Senior News Editor
January 11, 2021
The 2021 leadership class dress up in spirit of mullet day. The SGA and leadership adviser Melanie Schwed were  all a part of the spirit day as well.

Leadership class overcomes virtual struggles

Emily Speranza, Online Editor-in-Chief
January 7, 2021
Senior Olivia Zaid lights the Menorah with her family for the 6th night of Hanukkah. Even during a pandemic, families still celebrated and performed holiday traditions.

How people are celebrating holidays this season

Yuval Shachar, Layout Editor and Business Manager
December 21, 2020
WJ Principal Jennifer Baker talks about future opportunities that could help students manage stress and have a lighter workload.

WJ held its second town hall

Emily Speranza, Online Editor-in-Chief
December 18, 2020
(From left) Juniors Caeden Babcock, David Bowers, Charley Carr, Will Wise and Sophia Carrasco pose with trash collected from a Rockville stream. Members of the Go Green club partake in many local volunteer activities to better the environment.

Go Green Club persists despite virtual challenges

Ila Gordon, Special to The Pitch
November 19, 2020
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