Thu. Jun 30th, 2022

For nearly a year, high schoolers have stayed home and done school virtually, but not anymore. The Wake County School Board decided to move forward with Plan B, so it is time to drag out those backpacks and prepare for in-person. (Photo courtesy of Savannah Sinor).

On February 17, students in Wake County will transition into Plan B, meaning every week, a small portion of the student body will attend in-person classes. 

How do students feel about this?


By Savannah Sinor, staff writer

Hi! My name is Savannah and I am a staff writer for The Mycenaean. I have been in Girl Scouts for 12 years and I am currently interning with Buffett and Beyond. 

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