Mashpee Middle High School is right now in the midst of a major transition as the hybrid schedule used so far this year will come to a close and most students will return to school full-time. This change is particularly big for this year's seniors, who are now in their final months of high school.
Grade 12 students made the schedule change starting on April 5, while other grades will return gradually during the weeks immediately before and after April vacation. About a quarter of the class of 2021 will remain fully remote, according to information shared by Superintendent DeBoer in one of her weekly updates at the end of March.
For the students who started back in school, it has been a mix of emotions but they have a positive outlook. For the seniors, their first day back had very similar observations.
Senior Steven Theodorides said, “It was strange seeing most of the people in my grade back but it makes me happy to be all reunited as a grade again.”