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225 South 152nd Street Burien, WA 98148

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225 South 152nd Street Burien, WA 98148

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What it is like to stay at home

A Highline High School student wrote the following article. The views expressed here do not reflect the views of Highline Public Schools or Highline High School. 

What it is like to stay at home
Marilyn Bertrand

I know most of you are tired from being at home because there’s nothing to do and honestly we all feel the same. But there’s definitely a lot of things you could be doing right now to pastime and not be bored. Here is what a  couple of Highline students are doing to keep busy during this quarantine. 

A freshman, Iris Gomez, said, “I’ve been doing a lot of art and reading, trying to get caught up with homework, and exercises to keep me busy and active.” She says, “If people have nothing to do or spend most of their time on the phone they can look up things to do to be proactive or get a sense of what other people are doing to keep busy.”

A sophomore, Stephanie Sosa, says she has just been in quarantine making snacks and food. “Me and my cousin have just been finding/trying different ways to keep busy. Like making things we see off of Tik Tok like the coffee drink. Things like this keeps us busy and not always on our phones.” 

I know many students are struggling to keep busy during quarantine and have no idea what to do or how to spend their days. These are just a few ways students are coping with while staying at home. I hope you are all being active in some sort of way and staying safe during this quarantine.