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Titan Tattler: Titans approach spring break

By Jackson Stanley
For the Clemmons Courier

Since winter break, the students and staff of West Forsyth have taken great leaps and bounds towards normality. With students returning to school, sports seasons beginning and the county allowing students and families to attend those sporting events, the year is looking up for the Titans.

With March on its way out, and spring break in early April, students have a lot to look forward to. Group three in the COVID-19 vaccination plan enables many students to be able to get vaccinated. This group includes grocery store, food and retail workers and allows them to sign-up and get vaccinations. In a time like this, with everything opening back up, it is important to get vaccinated if you can, and the Titans agree.

“It is important to get vaccinated in order to protect our communities and fight the further spread of COVID,” senior Olivia Mohr said.

Jackson Stanley is this year’s Titan Tattler.