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SHS English teacher, Kimberly Summerfield, who like all SHS teachers, has been forced to adapt to teaching online.

Teachers Take: Teaching during COVID-19

Hayley Harrison June 1, 2020

With the Scarsdale Schools District doing everything they can to help our community during these difficult times, many are wondering the impacts of eLearning on the school curriculum and how teachers are...

Quarantine in Photos

Quarantine in Photos

Maroon Staff May 29, 2020

With more free time than usual, students have been able to enjoy time with their families and pick up new hobbies they did not have time to pursue before the Pandemic. Check out a few activities the...

Maroon on the Mic Ep3: Unprecedented Times Call For Unprecedented Changes To Senior Traditions

Maroon on the Mic Ep3: Unprecedented Times Call For Unprecedented Changes To Senior Traditions

Leah Breakstone and Ariel Weinsaft May 28, 2020

This podcast features an exclusive interview with former Maroon Editors-in-Chief, Alison Chan, and Lucy Brenner '20. Discussion in this podcast ranges from reactions to changes in graduation and prom...

A textbook, computer, and the College Board website - all necessities for this year’s AP exams.

The 2020 AP Pan(dem)ic

Emily Wang and Hyunjin Lee May 25, 2020

Long AP tests are always sources of stress, but this year, with the ongoing pandemic, they have been moved online; surprisingly decreasing the stress levels for many students. The tests used to be three...

As states begin to reopen and jumpstart the economy, there are many severe potential ramifications.

States Make the Decision to Slowly Reopen

Lilac Lin May 18, 2020

Social distancing has undoubtedly created chaos in our daily lives. Coronavirus has not only forced businesses to close, but mental health issues such as depression and anxiety are also on the rise. In...

Scarsdale Fire Department helps children celebrate their birthdays in quarantine!

Scarsdale Fire Department Provides a Birthday to Remember!

Flora Zik May 15, 2020

A birthday is usually a day of celebration that you look forward to the whole year. During this time of social distancing, however, many of us are unable to celebrate our birthdays by having a party or...

The June SAT cancellation affects many juniors that have not taken a standardized test, and it is likely that more colleges will make standardized tests optional.

The College Board Cancels the June SAT

Ryan Seibold May 12, 2020

Around two weeks ago, The College Board announced the cancellation of the June SAT, which was supposed to be administered on June 6, 2020. The March SAT was also canceled earlier this year due to social...

Parades of Scarsdale Teachers Deliver Surprises and Smiles to the Class of 2020

Parades of Scarsdale Teachers Deliver Surprises and Smiles to the Class of 2020

Ariel Weinsaft and Leah Breakstone May 11, 2020

Scarsdale High School teachers have been extremely sympathetic and supportive to the whole community, specifically Seniors during this unprecedented time. Last Thursday, groups of teachers paraded around...

Anti-stay at home protests are popping up across the US.

Anti-Stay at Home Protests Gain Momentum

Alicia Xin May 8, 2020

Throughout the United States, there have been protests in opposition to the state lockdowns. On April 24, several thousand Americans gathered outside the Wisconsin State Capitol building. They toted signs...

No one is sure what the fall will bring with the pandemic continuing.

The Start of the Fall Semester for Colleges is a Big Question Mark

Hyunjin Lee May 7, 2020

The future has always been uncertain, but it is now more so than ever in this pandemic-ridden world. This is especially true for students facing monumental changes in the fall, such as seniors in high...

Butler Field will not receive the sound system that was planned for in the budget.

Scarsdale Forced to Rework School Budget in Light of Economic Downfall from COVID-19

Natalie Schonfeld May 6, 2020

You may be tired of quarantine and sad you cannot see your friends, go out to eat, or even go to the park. All of Scarsdale High School has lost typical spring rituals including spring sports, theater...

A heartfelt and inspiring message from the SHS Support Staff.

A Check-In with our Mental Health Professionals

Hannah Wang and Alicia Xin April 28, 2020

It has been almost two months since Scarsdale Schools closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. There has been a great deal of confusion and distress during this time, so we had a conversation with our two...

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