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Photo Essay: Band Improvises During COVID-19 ⧉

The Brimmer and May School's Upper School Ensemble took on the challenge of making music despite restrictions due to the pandemic.

Kieran Cross ’23 (front) and Jack Nathanson ’23 play the guitar during a rehearsal. “You can tell that everyone put in the effort this year to be able to play during COVID times, and I am grateful for having it at all this year,” Cross said.

RECOGNITION: Digital Story of the Year Finalist: Multimedia Feature Story; National Scholastic Press Association

Photo Essay: Students Return to Campus ⧉

The Brimmer and May School opened its doors to students for the first time in six months following the closure of campus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. From a new health screening app to boxed lunches, socially distanced classrooms and hallways, and handwashing stations at entrances, much is changing this school year.

"Although I was nervous for the first day of school, the Brimmer community has done well adapting to the new schedule and rules on campus," student Leah Bell '22 said. "I was really excited to learn that school was reopening because I want to see my friends and teachers, but at the same time, I want everyone to feel and be safe and healthy."

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Photo Essay: Boston Goes Dark ⧉

As the COVID-19 crisis continues to escalate in Boston, the stay-at-home advisory is leaving city streets barren, save for trips for essential items like groceries, gasoline, and pharmaceutical supplies.

With the exception of an occasional walker, outside recreational activity is nowhere to be found. Schools, playgrounds, and other public areas have been closed to the public. While train stations are nearly empty even at rush hour, essential service workers are still able to commute to and from their workplaces.

RECOGNITION: 3rd Place Design/Visuals AND 9th Place General Content: Outstanding COVID-19 Coverage, National Scholastic Press Association

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