The Downey Legend

Are parents confident with sending their child back-to-school? Is it safe?

Miranda Ortiz, Photographer September 20, 2021

With the decision of school’s reopening state-wide and new regulations for the student’s returning on campus, parents start to search for the confidence to send their child back. Many feelings assemble...

What Teachers want Students to know

Jocelyn Gonzalez, Writer September 20, 2021

As the first month of being back in school has approached, students feel, once again, the stress and the overall hecticness that is involved. With all this craziness going on, and it only being the first...

Students To Return To Campus On March 29th

Kelly Zabala, Lukas Luna, and Diego Martinez March 18, 2021

With COVID-19 numbers dropping, DUSD has opted to reopen schools. Students will return to campus on March 29th for hybrid learning. As things begin to approach a return to normal, faculty and staff share...

Assigned Reading: A Hallowed Pastime With A Tenuous Future

Lukas Luna, Co-Copy Editor October 5, 2020

Like every other department, Downey High’s English teachers have faced the challenge of trying to adapt their assignments and lessons to this strange era of this distance learning. But while essays and...

How Teachers Are Managing in the COVID Age of Online Learning

Kelly Zabala, Writer September 20, 2020

With the fear of COVID-19 spreading rapidly through the media, Downey High School made the decision to close down its campus and start online learning on March 13, 2020. With hopes of returning to school...

Dr Garcia Responds To Covid-19

Andre Lucas, Co-Copy Editor May 19, 2020

Since March 16, all schools throughout Downey Unified have remained closed as recommended by the State of California due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. Though many students, teachers, and...

With School Closed, These Staff Members Are Still Working

Andre Lucas, Co-Copy Editor April 24, 2020

Since the Downey Unified School District has ordered all schools to close as of March 16 due to the outbreak of Coronavirus, teachers and students have been forced to work from home for the remainder of...

Managing the current chain of events with school dismissal, Mr. Navarro, Integrated Math and AP Calculus teacher, is taking it one day at a time. “The first week was difficult reaching my students because of technical issues with Khan Academy, where I assign work to my students. I would try to reach my students that I could not see that they completed the assignment and they would not reach back.” Mr. Narravo stated. “I am feeling better now, I am finding more time to be available to my children. I am spending more time playing with them and chasing them around because they lost all their playtime with their friends from school.”

Teachers Take on Covid-19

Jaylene Cardona, Business Manager March 28, 2020

Photos courtesy of interviewees.

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