The Reality of Remote Learning


Natania Nathan, Staff Reporter

Senior Sam Lewis logs onto her Warren Hills Regional High School issued Chromebook to attend her first virtual class of the day. Opting for a full remote schedule, Lewis attends all her classes through a screen and in her own home. “Online learning is a struggle,” she said. “Not only is it harder to keep track of, but it’s extremely impersonal. Teachers tend to forget about the students online and I get spoken to maybe once in a class period by some teachers.” The transition from in-person learning to a full remote schedule has been a hard task with which to grapple for many students at the high school.

(Photo courtesy of Sam Lewis)