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Elizabeth Fritzler

Elizabeth Fritzler, Photographer

Hi! My name is Elizabeth Fritzler, but I prefer to be called Lizzy. I am a senior at Lake Stevens High School, which is currently all online learning. It can be quite challenging at times, but I have figured out a routine that works best for me. My hopes in this class is to contribute different opinions, creative writing and candid photographs for the Valhalla. I hope to add understanding and confidence to the staff. I love to hang out with my family and friends. When Covid-19 wasn't around, you could probably find me surfing in the lake, driving with my friends, walking my dog and much more. I love to be outdoors, whether it's hiking or simply just taking a walk. My plans for the future are so very exciting to me. I am going to attend Grand Canyon University where I will be majoring in criminal justice and minoring in forensic psychology. I am more than excited to start this journey later this year.

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Senior Rebekah Kurtenbach stuggles to take notes and to turn in her homework on time. “Distance learning makes things so much harder on me because I always lose track of my assignments,” Kurtenbach said.

Has distance learning negatively affected the mental health of students?

Lake Stevens High School students give their input on distance learning and its effect on their learning and mental health.
March 23, 2021
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