Posts by Pandemic Story

Turn the Mozart off, I beg you

By Ashley, age 14 I celebrated. “A few weeks of no school, so what,” is what I thought. But two weeks turned into two months, and two months turned into two years. I sure hope that doesn’t turn into two decades. Being in quarantine has had its ups and downs. But definitely more downs. It…

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Fast Food Lunch

By Dylan, grade 6 When I was in covid I sometimes got fast food lunch. We had fast food lunch Thursdays. After my last class before lunch, we would hop in the car and have lunch at a fast-food restaurant.  Doing this was the highlight of my week. It was so fun, and it felt…

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My Cat Story

By Isabella, age 12 So, I got my cat Princess Kenny in 2020 when the pandemic first started. I went to my friend’s house when she was fostering kittens in her garage. I came over and she asked me if I wanted to see the kittens she was looking after. I said yes and we…

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Hope Lessons

By Maia, age 11 I remember when Covid was just a faint spot on the horizon, a prospect, a possibility, not my whole life. It was just something that you wash your hands for twenty seconds over, and then forget about.  It was just something that you wash your hands for twenty seconds over, and…

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Excelling during distance learning

By Walter, age 12 I don’t get it. Why does everyone think school is harder? School is easier. I start an hour fifteen later, it’s watered down. People tell me it’s because I’m gifted with technology, and we have space. I get the space, but it’s easy for me. Also, I’m an only child, so…

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From a Distance

By Maylee, age 12 My start of the pandemic might interest you, but there is only one way to find out… My first time hearing about the pandemic was in fourth grade, and kids were talking about it.   It was nothing but a subject to talk about then.  That’s when holy chaos broke through. …

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The Purple Doctor’s Mask

By Monika, age 6 I remember the start of it like it was yesterday. I was in my classroom in the 4th grade.  At the end of the day we always put on CNN 10. But this time was different…a big red banner came flying across the screen like a flash of lightning. It read,…

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April

By Nika, age 9 April! Yes, it’s a month. To me, it is my best friend. Now you may be thinking, “How can a month be my best friend?” Well, let me first introduce you to how it all began. I moved to a different house when Covid-19 started and I was really lonely. I…

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My Pandemic Pet

By Rilee, age 9 I’ve always wanted a pet. I’d begged my parents for one since I was 6. Even though I was able to remember things, I was usually busy, my parents said. They’d said that they couldn’t buy me one, since I’d be too busy to feed it. But soon enough, I was…

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Pandemic Basketball

By Zamir, Age 9 “Hope!” A powerful word… A word that reminds me of my grandpa. I just recently lost my best friend, an amazing dad, an amazing grandfather, and a man that gave everything he could to his community and more. I really didn’t know what to do. I felt like part of me…

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