A Columbus north student participates in a dry ice lab while wearing a school issued surgical mask. These masks are given out if the students do not have a functioning mask with them.
Spectators at a Columbus north home game clap at a north first down. Spectators were encouraged to socially distance and wear masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Color Guard members stand at attention, wearing masks, during the playing of the national anthem. “ I like the masks, they're actually really comfortable. They’re really good because when we run the steat doesn't bother our skin because the fabric is really soft,” said sophomore Samantha Dearing. All band and color guard members have a Sound of North mask that is a part of their uniform.
Sophomore Colin Crawford sits outside before taking off his mask. “ I think masks are now a way of life that we will have to keep getting used to. They help protect us and better the chances of us going to school,” Crawford said. Students have a variety of masks from surgical to homemade cloth masks.
Junior Zacharia Brooks smiles beneath her school issued mask. These masks were given out Aug. 10, the first day of school in students' first period class.