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The Voice of the Bellwood-Antis Student Body

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Bellwood returns to virtual learning due to unpredicatable weather

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Jayden Bartlebaugh
The cold temps and fear of snow have finally led to drastic measures.

Because the risk of a potential mishap is so great, and the District can no longer reliably predict the weather, BAHS has made the decision to go virtual to the rest of 2024.

The decision came after a recent board meeting discussing the problems with the modern weather system and the affects of the weather on students.

Students and staff have been experiencing ruthless symptoms of wet hair, sniffles, and worst of all, damp shoes.

The weather has also caused trouble with the flight systems of the Bellwood-Antis-Aeronautical-transportation-infrastructure™  (copyright 1776-2024). The overcast weather interferes with the onboard GPS on the planes making it difficult for pilots to communicatee on ground.

Despite the thousands of satellite dishes and space stations, Bellwood has concluded that the system is not precise enough to trust the data.

Starting February 12, Bellwood will continue its learning curriculum through online tools such as Microsoft Teams. Students will be required to take their iPad home and keep it charged and will upload work via Google Classroom.

Lunch will be provided for those students who request it. All lunches will be hand delivered by Mr. Schreier and Mr. DiSabato by vehicle.

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Jayden Bartlebaugh Grade 12 Years in BluePrint: 3 What you hope to do this year: Write some silly satire stories and win an SNO Award. Outside activities: Track, long walks on the beach Why did you take BluePrint: I read my brothers stories and thought it would be a good way to improve my writing skill.

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