Hybrid School and Distant Learning

Hybrid School and Distant Learning

Jade Ramirez, Reporter - Diamondback News

Hybrid school is so different from what I expected it to be. For example, we have arrows on the floors telling us which direction to walk , there are no lunch tables at the lunch area but they are in front of the classrooms, and we take our lunch home when we leave at 12:30. Then there’s Distant Learning. Distant Learning is hard, one reason why is that a lot of people like myself get distracted easily and can’t pay attention as well as others. Plus sometimes we don’t like how we look when we have our cameras on.  Both models are challenging for students.