State assessments add another stress

Cooper Chadwick

Sophomore students had mandatory state testing Wednesday for math, and there were many struggles 

“There were a lot of people who couldn’t get into the software and had to go to the library  to swap out their Chromebook,” sophomore Camari Geddis said.

Geddis was one who didn’t have any problems when getting into state testing.

But he had some added stress.

He’s an online student, so he had to leave his fourth block early to get to school on time, so he had to make up work from his fourth block. 

“This year versus last time, I feel like this year was way more stressful,” sophomore Mayciee Bell said.